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Hey I'm that essential mix poster guy im probably doing it wrong but don't know this site.

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AnnaBodanna

I was an ITM lurker but never actually posted on there

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2 minutes ago, AnnaBodanna said:

I was an ITM lurker but never actually posted on there

 

I always wondered where the core of them went. At one stage there was at least 200+ extremely active posters. A lot more than that but I'm talking very very active that pretty much talked severely times a day and many had met each other ect. I know Gruso was trying to salvage the last of them but wonder what ever happened.

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I would never have left but I think like many it was a perfect storm. New owners started changing the format of the site plus everyone getting to the stage where they just were not going out every  weekend like they use to mixed with no new users as the next generation was to distracted by Facebook/Instagram/twitter ect mixed with those platforms taking over from forums just all came at once and that was that. Anyway ITM saved me from many hours of boredom back in the day so thanks guys for that. Many classic threads and saying popped up from those forums. And the few people I met ended up having very funny adventures with. So cheers.

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7 minutes ago, sonicc said:

I would never have left but I think like many it was a perfect storm. New owners started changing the format of the site plus everyone getting to the stage where they just were not going out every  weekend like they use to mixed with no new users as the next generation was to distracted by Facebook/Instagram/twitter ect mixed with those platforms taking over from forums just all came at once and that was that. Anyway ITM saved me from many hours of boredom back in the day so thanks guys for that. Many classic threads and saying popped up from those forums. And the few people I met ended up having very funny adventures with. So cheers.

Yeah i have to admit, i did dislike the new format of the ITM forums when they changed it, it was enough for me to stop lurking altogether..  I saw alot of backlash from it too..  I guess i'm kind of glad these are here now as i was getting a bit of facebook fatigue, but i wonder how many people actually would come back across to forums instead of facebook.  It might help if they had an app for people to use..

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One last observation was the golden days of ITM. I remember that the breaks forum use to be the largest and most active part of the site. Who remembers those days? Australia was obsessed with the sounds of Stanton Warriors and Plump DJs and a thread about a possible tour would easily get 3000 posts 

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3 minutes ago, AnnaBodanna said:

Yeah i have to admit, i did dislike the new format of the ITM forums when they changed it, it was enough for me to stop lurking altogether..  I saw alot of backlash from it too..  I guess i'm kind of glad these are here now as i was getting a bit of facebook fatigue, but i wonder how many people actually would come back across to forums instead of facebook.  It might help if they had an app for people to use..

Yeah i think forums pretty much died when social media became huge. There are still places for them especially on nich subjects like eg a sports team or even dance music but the big general ones just don't have appeal like they did but I think there is something in what you said about fatigue with those formats and people wanting more in depth and varied discussion. I do agree with the app being import as 99% of people access these things on their phones these days unlike the old days.

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3 hours ago, sonicc said:

One last observation was the golden days of ITM. I remember that the breaks forum use to be the largest and most active part of the site. Who remembers those days? Australia was obsessed with the sounds of Stanton Warriors and Plump DJs and a thread about a possible tour would easily get 3000 posts 

I do remember the breaks forums were huge.  :) 

3 hours ago, sonicc said:

Yeah i think forums pretty much died when social media became huge. There are still places for them especially on nich subjects like eg a sports team or even dance music but the big general ones just don't have appeal like they did but I think there is something in what you said about fatigue with those formats and people wanting more in depth and varied discussion. I do agree with the app being import as 99% of people access these things on their phones these days unlike the old days.

I did see a message about there being App out for this site at one point, but i couldn't find it on the App Store.  Maybe @AdamMadd can shed some light on what its called.

Yeah, there's definitely facebook fatigue out there.  People want a more indepth discussion than just the one-liners on facebook, but people also don't want to move from facebook either.  Again, an app would be perfect.

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20 minutes ago, AnnaBodanna said:

I do remember the breaks forums were huge.  :) 

I did see a message about there being App out for this site at one point, but i couldn't find it on the App Store.  Maybe @AdamMadd can shed some light on what its called.

Yeah, there's definitely facebook fatigue out there.  People want a more indepth discussion than just the one-liners on facebook, but people also don't want to move from facebook either.  Again, an app would be perfect.

There is an Android app available, but not an iOS one.  But the android app doesn't have notifications, its just a plain app for accessing the site from your mobile / tablet..

 

Because of the type of software the site uses, i need to get a specific set of developers to write an app for the site which includes notifications.  Unfortunately, those developers are taking their sweet time about writing the app, but i believe they are making progress.  Its just a bit tricky, thats all..  

 

tl:dr - the app is coming, but might take time to arrive..

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2 hours ago, AnnaBodanna said:

I do remember the breaks forums were huge.  :) 

I did see a message about there being App out for this site at one point, but i couldn't find it on the App Store.  Maybe @AdamMadd can shed some light on what its called.

Yeah, there's definitely facebook fatigue out there.  People want a more indepth discussion than just the one-liners on facebook, but people also don't want to move from facebook either.  Again, an app would be perfect.

 

I'm getting nostalgic now but one of the most memorable ITM times was meeting a ITMer at a boat party and my mate that was new to ITM but had made a bit of a name for himself because of his out there posts is going around introducing himself and me by our ITM names. Ha ha idiot.

Anyway this guy ends up inviting us back to his house on the Harbour. Like a Mansion. And the party unbeknownst to us is kicking off with every substance under the sun..

Anyway the other thing I didn't realise was that the guys invited us back thinking we were gay. And as I walked out into the back yard it was getting pretty full on. As a clubber id seen it all over the years especially some of the gay clubs on Oxford and in Berlin and I have many gay mates but this was a full on scene. Put it this way we would have politely turned down the offer to party on if we knew what they thought we were there to do.

Unbeknownst to me my mate had secured a  very very massive bag full of "fun" like.....like substantial.. I guess as a sort of come on stay and party present. As soon as he came out the back and saw the scene I said let's get out of here I think we have all misunderstood what we are here for.

My mate said follow me we can't leave they just gave me stuff... He was like no no let's go to the bathroom and out the window. So we both went into the bathroom said we were going to get more comfortable.. And squeezed out of the window and legged it back to North Sydney. 

So awkward on ITM on Monday. I did send a pm to the guy to apologise for our rudeness but never did hear back. Probably not the loveliest story as we acted like douch wads really but just some of the stupid crazy ITM stories back in the day. I often wonder what came of that ITMer as he was actually a lovely bloke. 

I edited a few things from this story after re reading as I wouldn't want anyone to be identified but if the ITMer I'm talking about ever happens to read this get in contact and we should catch up for a beer and I can properly apologise.

 

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Hahah oh wow.   I was an old ITMer too back in the day (even though i was also running this site in its original form back then). I can safely say that if it wasn't for ITM, and a particular "Winter ITM BBQ" (Looking towards @audiophile for arranging this BBQ), i wouldn't have met all the people i call close friends these days..

I definitely don't have a story anything like yours though :)  Hahaha

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26 minutes ago, AdamMadd said:

Hahah oh wow.   I was an old ITMer too back in the day (even though i was also running this site in its original form back then). I can safely say that if it wasn't for ITM, and a particular "Winter ITM BBQ" (Looking towards @audiophile for arranging this BBQ), i wouldn't have met all the people i call close friends these days..

I definitely don't have a story anything like yours though :)  Hahaha

I have plenty. The time London Elektricity came to Oz and was only doing a Canberra and Melbourne show. 

I started a thread about why no Sydney show what a jip... And posted an email I sent him all as a joke. I had a busy week and hadn't checked ITM for a couple of days not anticipating anything from my joke post to Mr Elektricity. 

Anyway I log back in and find I have 35 or so pm's and proceed to find not only ones from Tony Coleman (London Elektricity/owner Hospital records) saying he would love to play Sydney if o knew who would have him but ones from promoters asking for my name for all night drink tickets but also long time fans thanking me for setting up a Sydney show.

This entire show had been organised on a silly joke post I had sent and ended up being an amazing night. I use to have a video on my phone of being big upped by the MC dancing behind the decks with Tony djing with arms around each other. This all from a joke post on ITM

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3 hours ago, sonicc said:

I have plenty. The time London Elektricity came to Oz and was only doing a Canberra and Melbourne show. 

I started a thread about why no Sydney show what a jip... And posted an email I sent him all as a joke. I had a busy week and hadn't checked ITM for a couple of days not anticipating anything from my joke post to Mr Elektricity. 

Anyway I log back in and find I have 35 or so pm's and proceed to find not only ones from Tony Coleman (London Elektricity/owner Hospital records) saying he would love to play Sydney if o knew who would have him but ones from promoters asking for my name for all night drink tickets but also long time fans thanking me for setting up a Sydney show.

This entire show had been organised on a silly joke post I had sent and ended up being an amazing night. I use to have a video on my phone of being big upped by the MC dancing behind the decks with Tony djing with arms around each other. This all from a joke post on ITM

Thats pretty awesome!  I remember half the time the PMs didn't notify via email when you got one, i remember logging in once after a few weeks of not being on and having half a dozen from local DJs who wanted to play on my show i was running at the time on hrmny.tv..  lol..

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Oh i'm glad i wasn't the only one that had that problem with ITM.  Half the time i wouldn't know i'd received a message because the site never emailed me about it.  :( 

I wonder what forum software they were running

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2 hours ago, AnnaBodanna said:

I wonder what forum software they were running

Originally it was a piece of software called "NewsPro CGI" for most of their site.  Not sure about the forums though.  @audiophile might have a bit more of an idea?

As a point of disclosure, we use a system called "Invision Community" (used to be known as Invision Power Board) with a bunch of add-ons and a heap of customised pages to suit each location.

 

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from memory they used a heavily customised version of phpBB

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      Décalé. celebrates the launch of their labeland first release : Nar’Chiveol – Esperance Music Wir with a bit of a mini-tour starting Thursday, 7 December in Amsterdam Oost’s intimate Oosterbar
      Join a special combination of artists – Gilb’R (VERSATILE / Amsterdam) and Tako (Music From Memory , RedlightRecords Amsterdam) will close the night with a 3h back to back, while Master Phil b2b Alan Briand kick things off.
      Décalé. is a newly formed label that focuses on reissuing worldwide “french speaking” music from the 80s & 90s across multiple genres: Synth-Pop , West Indies , New Beat , Occitan Folk , Afrobeat, alonsgide a healthy dose of the weird and wonderful

      7 December | Décalé. Apocalypse Tour w/ Gilb’r b2b Tako | Tickets | Oosterbar
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