bleatzor wrote:So out of curiosity, is brown nosing the easiest way to get quality posts?
If so I'll make sure to write a script to log in as soon as the product switches and automatically post what a great deal it is. I'll include a lot of exclamation points and smiley faces for emphasis on its awesomeness. Now that's quality!
But seriously, can we maybe get a new definition of quality that includes the dissemination of actual useful information rather than just blind fawning?
It's not always consistent, but as you can tell above, not all "quality" posts are positive comments. The designation isn't always consistent, but is typically informative or funny. The fewer posts there are, the more likely the "standards" drop a bit, but I've seen woots where nobody gets such a post. The definition is below in my signature, too:
How-to: Quality Posts woot.com/forums/ViewPost.aspx?PostID=3036787
The sale price might not be a "bargain" (I didn't know that the bargain bins at those stores had these cards), but it's (as with other woots) a question of the cost of gas/time/price vs. buying them online (time/price/shipping). The only other thing that might help is if the picture or description could show exactly which company makes this.