Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Sifter3000, 8 Apr 2010.
Soon, I shall be the only one left.
They're dropping like flies
Congrats on the launch of Expert Reviews and also on an astronomically successful time as bit-tech's Editor. Can't wait to see the redesign!
Does Harry smell that bad?
Seriously though, good luck with everything and whatnot; it'll be a shame not being able to read your articles on bit any more.
Bye bye timmy - even though you're only a few desks further away.
See ya Timbo, it was a pleasure working with you!
I suppose I should also point out that I don't really work here anymore either!
Best of luck Tim, Bit-tech owes you a debt of gratitude.
And while I know it's not aimed at 'us', I have to say that Expert Reviews looks more generic than a can of Tesco Value beans sitting on an Ikea shelf.
Thanks for your work here, you and all your colleagues have done a great job.
I prescribe more Batman.
Just one more thing, Tim: kthxbai.
Better start learning how a GPU is, why a RAM does and when a CPU has, then. I know how much you love learning these things, Joe.
Good luck with the new site Tim, don't be afraid to drop in the forums now and again.
Enjoy your future, its been nice having you
Is it me or does Expert Reviews look rather like a TrustedReviews clone?
Really sorry to see you go Tim. You will be missed. I always really enjoyed reading your GPU architecture articles! All the best for the future mate!
Well that explaines the "Expert Reviews" Ads on Bit tech.
Also why is the site called "Expert Reviews" when the contents are "Laymans Shortviews"...or is changing that your new job?
Can we all please stop saying that? It really doesn't.
Dude, it *so* does.
I think it's the Orange/Grey colour scheme, but I can see you're slightly sensitive on the topic so I'll leave it there.
Good luck Tim you legend
Thanks for the well wishes all. You are not going to get rid of me that easily and I will still be hanging around of course, as this community has been such a massive part of my life. Like recently though, it'll be a little less frequently.
It may sound ironic coming from me, but a review doesn't have to be thousands of words long. Its length should depend on who it is written for, not what it is of. A layman walking down the street gets scared off by information overload and just wants to know if a product is any good or not. It takes someone who's truly knowledgeable in their field to know what should and shouldn't be included in a review, just like it takes knowledge to write a long and detailed analysis of a product. They're different skills for a writer to learn and there's honestly method in my perceived madness.
Be sure to keep using the Photos section thats for sure
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