Before some minutes got an e-mail from creators.ning.com. Is this a spam? Was the network hacked?
|date:||Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 11:31 PM|
Visit Creators at: http://creators.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network
Like others have noted, the gaffe provided a welcome LOL moment in my day. I would have loved to have seen the expression on your face when you realized what had happened. :-D Thanks for all that you and the rest of the Ning team do to keep things running smoothly! - Rebecca
P.S. - I once committed a similar faux pas. Sent out an email to a member of my Ning network who had registered a minor complaint, and inadvertently left the "o" off the beginning "Hello" . . . oops! :-D
I think the most important conclusion from this event is, that we (creators) really care about our networks and our community at creators.ning.com. After the e-mail in seconds more forum topics were started connected to the issue.
Think, 24th April should be the Official day of NING-Creators!
Eric, what you think? Other creators?
Eric for president! Made me chuckle Eric, reminds us all of the human face of Ning is well.. human!
No se mucho del idioma ingles. Que significa "bitchez", el traductor no me da resultados :(
LOL, Saving it. It's classic.
Hey no biggie Eric!
It's something I would have done, LOL!
This is wildly inappropriate and inexcusable. I understand an errant test message. But the vulgar content written in this message will never be excusable. The person responsible needs to be relieved of their duties as a public representative of Ning.
You're right, Clark. That was inappropriate for sure. Very sorry if I've offended you. I'll try to be more vigilant in the future. Absolutely understand your anger.
Not angry or expressing anger. Just commenting on the the complete lack of professionalism and judgment displayed.
Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.