+OXCACHER Posted December 30, 2006 Share Posted December 30, 2006 (edited) I don't know about the rest of you, but I pay for a service, and I should have some sort of input to that service. Really? Do you really think because you buy gas at the corner station every week you get to tell the station owner how to run his business? Do you tell the supermarket what food they have to carry? Do you tell your accountant what size tax return you demand? Yes, you have a way of providing input; if you don't like a product or service, dont use it. That's the way a free-market economy works. If most people like my product/service I make a profit. If people dont I go bankrupt and out of business. From all appearances Groundspeak is quite successful. Seems like they have a pretty good grasp of what the market (not just a small percentage of people) wants. How bout this. I get the newspaper every Sunday. If I don't get it, I don't pay for it. Yes I SHOULD have input if I pay for a service. If you go to your local meetings and ask the cachers their thoughts on Waymarking, you may find you are the minority. I don't like Waymarking so I don't use it, i can find a hamburger without a GPS. Edited December 30, 2006 by TalesFromTheSurface Quote Link to comment
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