|Subject||:||What about Cloudband?|
|Author||:||Steve Price mailto:%firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Date||:||03-14-2001 on 10:26 a.m.|
Cloudband, http://www.cloudband.com/ , is probably the largest and most broadranging rug and Asian arts site on the web. I find it simultaneously terrific and frustrating.
A note to Nick Purdon and Alan Marcuson: I hope this isn't offensive. I really like what you've done and are doing, and I hope you'll interpret the negative comments as the constructive criticism I intend them to be.
|Subject||:||Re:What about Cloudband?|
|Date||:||03-14-2001 on 03:13 p.m.|
|One additional (constructive) criticism I would make of the commercial
side of cloudband.com, is the dearth of information offered by many
sellers. In many cases, not even the size of the textile is mentioned.
Whilst information like price should be a dealers’ prerogative (however
frustrating a POA sign is to most buyers), I think cloudband could
realistically set minimum listing requirements for the people renting
selling space from them.
On a positive note: thumbs up for the UK English and, joy of joys, metric measurements!