We've heard far too many complaints about the Commodore being "obsolete" and "outdated." Many so-called "progressives" have sought to slander its name, brainwashing the youth with lies like "no one programs the 6502 any more" and "Windows is the way of the future!"
Well, fellow C= enthusiasts, it's time to set the record straight... We're conducting a world-wide system survey to demonstrate the immensity of the Commodore following. Get off your butts, start clicking those mice, and cast your vote our exciting System Survey!
To keep this fair, only one vote is allowed per e-mail address. (We're using the honor system here, so be honest; give your real e-mail address, or don't play.) Also, no voting on behalf of other people, and no profanity.
Note to the fickle: If you want to change your vote, e-mail Gonz and we'll remove you're old one.
The Survey was disabled for several months due to a bunch of bogus posts by a particularly vocal Commodore lover at "Worldwide Hats, Inc." When I finally got some time to dig through the vote archives and weed out all the fake votes, I beefed up the scripts to be a little stricter about what they'll accept. I also tried to clarify the rules a little, and added a separate feature for multiple postings (see "Graffiti Wall" below).
Things seem to be running pretty smoothly now, but if you see something suspicious, let me know. If lamers start abusing the system, it's going down for good. I've got better things to do than clean up after people who don't follow the rules. :-)
Keep Your Comments Concise
A lot of people seemed to be using the survey as a discussion area, where they could respond to each other's respective praisings and slandering's of Commodore's name. This isn't really possible, however, since you can only vote once. It's still a cool idea, so we've also created a
Last updated: 1/7/99