Still there's been no acknowledgement from Salon.com that there even is a problem, let alone what an unmitigated disaster this thing has become.
I fully expect a virtual "yes, mistakes were made" at some point, basically a meaningless statement of mild regret at any inconvenience, allied to a complete disregard of the substance of our complaints, and a persistently brazen happy happy joy joy let's look forward not back rousing speechifying to cap it all off.
I encourage all of you to become a member here. The only thing that is going to make any impression on these people is numbers. Right now there's just me and ... well, my shadow.
As voluminous as that is, is wont cut it.
This site needs members or it becomes just my lone voice crying in the wilderness.
I promise you, the members function here actually works.
On a positive note - sort of - we saw the first overt signs of discontent from Glenn Greenwald in his comments today. That's encouraging.
I fully realise that the tendency will be for people to adjust, and for the boiling rage to become simmering discontent ... so dont forget to stoke things up every now and again.
Remind yourself that there are free solutions that work better than what we've been asked to pay for, that dont sell your privacy to the highest bidder, and dont insult your intelligence or condescend to you in marketing wonk dissembler-speak.
Remind yourself that you're mad as hell.