Talk:Online Film Critics Society

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"exclusively or primarily on the Internet"[edit]

I am disinclined to remove or edit this without some discussion, but the statement strikes me as faulty so long as people like Cynthia Fuchs and Susan Granger are marquee members of the group. Might a slight hedge be appropriate, "...comprised almost entirely of people who publish their reviews exclusively or primarily on the Internet"? Editor Emeritus 16:34, 4 April 2007 (UTC)

Harvey Karten[edit]

It seems odd to have an encyclopedic article on the OFCS without so much as a mention of Harvey Karten. It seems he is no longer a member of the group, but wasn't he one of the founders back in the 1990s? Any insight from current members would be appreciated... Editor Emeritus 16:37, 4 April 2007 (UTC)

Sticking with the facts[edit]

Some highly subjective and blatantly self-promoting verbiage has been dropped here by a one-time OFCS writer with no present connections to the organization; those contributions were removed. The purpose of this page is not to promote individual writers (especially those with no current connection to the OFCS), but to simply acknowledge the OFCS as the global professional association for Net-based film journalists. Ecoleetage 15:15, 9 April 2007 (UTC)