So, we DID IT! GOG.com leaped its way on top of the "Five Best Resources for PC Games
" feature on Lifehacker. And thanks to you, we did it in style
Now, Lifehacker is making its usual popularity contest to see which of the five best options they closed down on is the most popular among their users (kind of redundant, yes, but the thing is now on top of their main page, and the results differ greatly in this round, usually).
If you have a moment to vote again, and show your support to our DRM-Free stance, you'll find the poll here: http://lifehacker.com/five-best-resources-for-pc-games-1567864346
Whatever the final result may be, I feel that we've won already. Only GOG.com can boast that many positive comments on the original entry. Well, "positive" doesn't really cut it. You guys really showed us some love in there. Personally, I'm proud as heck and I felt really touched while reading all those nice things you've had to say about us. Moments like this, really show us that we have something special here; you and us.
On the Lifehacker link. There's another voting poll for the "crowd favorite", GOG was listed as editors choice, but not mob favorite.
OK, it's quite possible that one or more of my add-ons or userscripts is getting in the way, but I can't find it. Could you, please, be a bit more specific? Thanks!
The poll is done via a Polldaddy plugin, so that my be the reason you cannot see it. It's located under all the nominated sites; descriptions. The upside of it being a Polldaddy poll is that anyone can vote once from their IP without being forced to log in to anything or use any social media accounts.