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A year later I realized I more-or-less gave up on reviews (not in terms of people reviewing my work, those are nice but never really my goal). I wanted to give every new piece a review, so everyone that took the time to put out a piece had some form of feedback - they had something.
On the industrial portal anyway, it was manageable - at the time there weren't that many new things coming out (that still may be true, I haven't been paying attention)
A year ago, however, I made the point about being able to change votes and reviews. I know a lot of people didn't, and don't, care - but I did. I cared about what I had to say. It would have been nice to add a "2nd listen review" or "my vote was a 2 now it's a 4" . Things change over time, and I - for one - constantly revisit things and tinker with old and new.
Somewhere along the line, I gave up on it entirely. Now I like to hide in experimental, where no one votes or comments. It's quiet. Perhaps the whote site is quiet now.
Perhaps I should leave more reviews, and just accept that I'll probably disagree with myself in a week or a month.
Nah, I'll say the same I said before. Let us edit. I don't care if it says "Initial Post: 10 Oct 2012 (Last Edited: 16 May 2016)" In some ways, the 5 of us that put forth that kind of effort might be appreciated by the 3 people that notice.
Back to my quiet corner now, I poked my head up long enough.