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of a feeling.
p.s to nat geo and staff. brilliant website and work as always! only the popups with the obligations to sign in and register , which you are step by step over the last year implementing with ever increasing VERVE are a HUGE deterent to visiting your site and personally a large deterent to the joy and amazment that i associated with nat geo and this section. this type of marketing parameter is a double sided sword, in my opinion and to be used less zealously and with less rigid implications if you prefere to keep a certain visitor basin . Such a frontline and agressive approach, i personally perceive as not coeherent with what natgeo respresents. respectively
@water bird and good to see you water bird
@water bird I would like signing in remains optional and believe me i mostly see the NAT GEO every day but not always like to sign in and proud to have account though
@water bird I agree and we should have the option to remain logged-in vs having to log-in again for each daily visit :-(
@Once again @water bird greetings to you also. don't pass by as much as i would like too, partially due to all the beaurocracy that i mentioned above which is not only time consuming but tedious and takes away from me the sense of lighthearted distraction that i associated with this moment. i used to pass by very quickly several times a day, and it was always a gift to see what was on nat geos horizon, this technological world and parameters is having a ever increasing dominance and influence 360° and with our every move and click of a mouse.
Can't even remember when I signed in, it was so long ago. Wonder why I am able to stay signed in and you are not.
probably because my security settings are set higher than yours.
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