I can’t help but giggle at this. Seriously.
Honestly, tumblr. I’ve never had any problems with Missing e., or my tumblr functions with Missing e..
In fact, if I’m not mistaken, every problem I’ve had [excluding one, that ended with me talking directly with the creator of Missing e. to resolve the problem (yeah, I know it’s totes awesome that Jeremy Cutler spoke to me directly about a problem I was having. Where are you when your tumblee’s need you, David Karp?)] has come from issues with you. Not Missing e.. I’m pretty sure it was you guys that had issues when tumblr went down for three days. I’m pretty sure it was you that changed all the things we tumblr users loved about tumblr. I’m pretty sure it was you guys that lost my posts before I ever started using Missing e. I’m pretty sure it’s a problem with you that’s causing me to not get half of my new follower/reblog/like notifications.
You guys have a great thing going here. Instead of attacking poor Jeremy Cutler and calling his awesome EXTENSION a web hack, you could be teaming up (if he were interested, though after this, I’m sure he’s reluctant) with a brilliant and very very kind engineer to better the services you’re offering. Then, on top of that, you’re saying that my data and personal information are in danger in Mr. Cutler’s hands? I think not. He’s nothing if not a very respectable and decent person and I’m pretty sure he would never do anything to endanger his users’ privacy or data.
Seriously. What’s you’re problem. Are you butt-hurt that you couldn’t come up with these incredible features?
Stop being assholes.
A blogger that will never stop using Missing e.
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