We've all seen the complaints about .Mac from every corner of the internets. Our own Dave Caolo posted a fantastic editorial covering .Mac's slow death, but he isn't the only one tossing a vote into the hat. One only needs to browse the digg archives to find plenty of posts from dissatisfied mom and pop bloggers, but even bigger names in the Mac community like Steven Frank of Panic (Transmit, CandyBar) have voiced their .Mac gripes, with plenty of others developing their own .Mac alternatives.
While blogging about these topics can be a good thing, I had the idea this weekend that maybe we can do something a little more in the form of mass feedback and a petition. Our fearless leader Scott noted that online petitions don't often seem to have much impact, but I've always been a fan of at least trying to stand up and be heard.
With that said, TUAW would like to introduce what we call a piece of 'viral feedback' for .Mac. The idea here is that you can copy and paste the statement below (after the jump) into the .Mac feedback form. Feel free to edit and tweak it to your desires. Credit TUAW or not. Whatever you do, just be sure to click send and tell a friend. Also, don't forget to play fair - don't click send 300 times, and keep the criticism clean.
Online viral feedback petitions may not get very far, but darnit - it's fun to try. Click on to get your copy of the petition and submit it to .Mac.