Posted Wed Apr 2, 2008 7:49PM
This is amazing. Thank you so much for sharing this info, I've always wondered what these numbers were and now I know.
I wonder when we'll have our first millionaire contributor, that is if it hasn't already happened.
Congrats iStock! So proud to be a part of this amazing company/community!
Posted Wed Apr 2, 2008 8:48PM
WOW, was my first reaction.
Such and amazing community and I'm happy and grateful to be a part of it.
This place rocks!
Posted Wed Apr 2, 2008 11:40PM
WOW!!! That's really remarkable...I wish all the members, inspectors and who all have been around to make istockphoto a huge success, a very bright future ahead...
Posted Thu Apr 3, 2008 1:44AM
The same age of your´s no problem.
Posted By YinYang:
LOL!!! Hmmmmm!!! Can I share a glass! BTW, which vintage?
Posted By Abeleao:
I open a vintage Port Wine...
Good luck for all istock group
Posted Thu Apr 3, 2008 1:51AM
Posted By kkthompson:Dude, you don't have to measure things quarterly any more!
We add millions of dollars of hardware to our infrastructure quarterly
Posted Thu Apr 3, 2008 2:05AM
imagine the money the contributers are spending on photographic equipment... Canon, Nikon etc must be very happy with Istock sales too.....
Posted Thu Apr 3, 2008 6:34PM
Umm... $50 million to the corporate owners and $20 million to the people who do the real work. That's good?
>> later: Having read a few more posts I note that this issue has been canvassed before and responded to. I personally don't like what Istock has become but I suppose in the scheme of things it is quite a benign entity.
(Edited on 2008-04-03 18:40:04 by albatross2147)
Posted Thu Apr 3, 2008 7:54PM
I always get a kick out of watching the announcement timings over the last couple of years.
In this case .... Throw out the $21 million to contributors announcement two days before the subscription announcement. ROTFL
(Edited on 2008-04-03 19:56:08 by toddmedia)