Sterling Ambivalence (sterlingnorth) wrote,
Sterling Ambivalence

It's just a tiny rant.

For those of you who don't know -- and I'm betting that most of you don't, LJ is in the process of implimenting limits on how often you post. I really have no problem with this in and of itself, especially with the compromise limits of 5 posts free/50 posts paid (though that means this journal ends in May), however my only problem is that of warning. LiveJournal gave none! Actually, as far as I can tell, they gave none. They posted one note on LJ news, and then immediately implemented it!

Every other organization on the face of this earth seems to have no problem giving advance warning concerning change in its policies or site architecture. Why does LiveJournal have this problem?

I said my peace, here. If I'm out of line in this, let me know.
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