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Should Armchair Imagineering get its own forum?


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  • Should Armchair Imagineering get its own forum?

    Howdy folks!

    I was pondering doing my weekly Round-up section and had a thought...why not give Armchair Imagineering a forum of its own? I think that considering that we do get quite a few people posting, and the relatively large-sized posts that are offered - a forum for just AI sounds like a good idea.

    I mean, it pretty much has a section by itself (well, ok...Rumors are with it) in the weekly Round-up...why not?

    Anyways, just throwing that idea out there...guess we'll see what bites.

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    Re: Should Armchair Imagineering get its own forum?

    This gets brought up a lot (once by me) and the general consensus is that a separate forum would mean a huge hit to the number of views a thread would receive after being removed from the main forum. The traffic outside the parks forums has never been enough to justify the split.

    Using and searching for the "Idea" tag is a great way to find those AI threads however (as is looking in my signature ).


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