Definitely a good point. If people write companies with the usual
sloppiness they write to the list they are going to be ignored. Most
companies are going to take one glance at a sloppy message and write
you off as not very bright/intelligent. Since we are trying to get
them to make modifications for a specialized group, the blind, imagine
what their general opinion of blind gamers are going to be if they get
a few extremely sloppy messages with gramatical errors, spelling
errors, etc.First impressions are everything when trying to open a
dialog with a company.
On 3/25/11, Charles Rivard <woofer...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Write to them about it, but please, above all else, be sure to make yourself
> intelligible when you do. Otherwise your complaint will be totally
> disregarded because they will automatically have the opinion that you don't
> even know what you're talking about. The message I am replying to is a
> prime example. Thanks.
> Laughter is the best medicine, so look around, find a dose and take it to
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