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The new Project Petaling Street layout is working nicely and we are pleased with its current performance, although some tweaking and further addition needs to be done in order for it to be working at full functionality. We have kept advertising opportunities and aesthetics in mind, without sacrificing usability and performance. We firmly believe that user experience and monetising opportunities should and can go hand-in-hand together, and we have kept those two things in mind when developing the layout for the new PPS to its final completion.

We have been getting some good feedback from PPS users. Majority of users have expressed their delight and satisfaction with the current layout. We are happy to know that you enjoy the new layout for PPS and we pledge to serve you further as the end-user. Unfortunately, however, some people with an axe to grind have been going around spreading mischief and negative criticism towards PPS, for no other reason other than that the ownership of Malaysia’s first and leading blog aggregator is now under the management of VCTech Network. One can easily notice how unfounded those claims are. The changes are certainly not “horrible, painful for the eyes” (the colour scheme is in standard black text on white background layout), the content are certainly not “cluttered” (on the contrary, we may say that may be true for the previous layout) and there are certainly no “more ADS, ADS ADS” (what are you, a sourpuss?). Some people need to understand that PPS is not a charity and we have employees to pay their dues and web hosting does not come as a free service.

Look out for more improvements as we go along this journey to improve the services of PPS, the face of the Malaysian blogosphere!

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  1. Tutelary
    Posted April 10, 2009 at 6:26 pm | Permalink

    Where did you steal the logo from?

    Admin: And what evidence do you have that we have “stolen” the logo, coward?

  2. Tutelary
    Posted April 11, 2009 at 5:57 am | Permalink

    http://tinyurl.com/cluzkk

    Hardly original is it?

    Admin: This does not “prove” that the logo was “stolen”, it only shows that we have used the Jalur Gemilang motif as the basis for the PPS logo. Since when is a flag copyrighted?

  3. Tutelary
    Posted April 11, 2009 at 1:38 pm | Permalink

    Ah.. yes, the Jalur Gemilang motif… interestingly they all share the same shine, shadow and glossy effects at exactly the same spots. Did you create those effects yourself? Yes or no?

    “The face of the Malaysian blogosphere” is actually a stolen logo. Way to go mate.

    Admin: PPS layout was designed by baliomega, a well-known local web designer. Using an image which is widely used in public domain is not “stealing”. Look that word up. And special effects doesn’t mean anything. Next thing you are going to say, the VCTech Network logo is also “stolen” because its spherical and has glossy effects. DUH!

  4. Philip
    Posted April 11, 2009 at 11:53 pm | Permalink

    I think no matter how harsh the comments are towards you or your company, as a business entity you should not reply in such a harsh manner as well. People may not understand the meaning behind it then it is your job to educate them with a nicer way.

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