My farewell to Ecademy…

Tuesday, 4. December 2012

What say you, the kick-butt elite when you make these continual, dreary, childish sounds…Baa, baa, baa, beaear, ba…. Are you seeking to build your influence and reputation? What, by posting your finely polished turds of wisdom on a platform for clowns? You must be joking. Are you looking for loads of lovely random friends and contacts who might put you in touch with actual money-making propositions? Ha,bloody ha. Watch out you don’t lose out while you’re wasting your time, like you lost out when you bought your meaningless Blackstar. Looking for a mate, maybe?Newsflash: the pictures are all doctored from 20 years ago. So what having you actually been doing all this time?

It’s impossible to discuss anything because a) the place is full of nitwits, b) some moron will distract the thread with a pathetic display of, erm, humour and c) whenever something interesting starts up between people with some idea of what is going on a whole lot of ignorant newbies and returners and silly girls of both sexes chime in with their distracting nonsense. Oh, and the moment it gets true in any way you will be warned, chided, threatened and patronised by the Nice Police.

You are addicted, to, sorry, absolutely nothing at all. Ecademy was a dream that we kept going and we were conned. Lyndon was conned into thinking it is a viable business networking platform when actually it is nothing but a load of idle chatter and daft argumentation, people showing off and pretending to be experts…

Wot none of you seem to get is that Lyndon now owns what was Ecademy and has made it crystal clear that he knows best and he will do what he damn well likes with it. Your opinions count for nothing whatsoever. He needs to get back the money he invested and he thinks a few renaming tricks will do it, which is a might optimistic when people who have invested time in LinkedIn hoping it’s the next big thing are realising it leads to, you know, NO MONEY. There is no cheese in networking, folks, not unless you went to Eton or Yale and do it in private.

The corollary of this that makes you so unhappy is that, having spent years contributing content and being addicted to what you regard as your virtual home, it can be taken away and messed about after all.

I always said that Ecademy was nothing more than its content, that the business side is lame, facile, amateurish and laughable. And I was always right, which is why I was always attacked by the true believers, silly little people who think they’re in charge or thought-leaders or really really professional. They say I have no manners and that I am toxic and then they get patronising… What pleasure it will bring me to watch all such people topple uselessly over the cliff at the end of this futile road… Because Lyndon won’t need you. Thomas didn’t respect you. Nobody even likes you, no matter how stellar you think you are…

Alas, everybody, your home has been bought up by a speculator and the magician who was scamming you has walked away happy. There is no chance whatsoever of something with a daft oriental name competing with LinkedIn. It is too late. Ecademy should have remained a silly club for idiotic addicts, nitwits, blue meanies and bigged up zealots…

I have been the very soul of Ecademy and no I have lost patience with the same old stupid junk each day…

This is reality and you lot are…

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