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Couldn't Blip go a bit John Lewis? just an idea.. call me nuts..

I mean, us all members be shareholders. We invest and all be involved in the rise and fall of the project? I really dont think people would mind.. We dont want to lose you Joe or Blipfoto.

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'Our values and principles remain a powerful driver on our continuous journey to be a more sustainable business. Our business takes a long-term view, operating in the interests of not just those who work for us now, but those who will follow in the future.'

Sir Charlie Mayfield, Chairman, John Lewis Partnership

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I couldn't agree more .A very new member I think blip is terrific and well organised .I am astonished as to how many are already talking about 'jumping ship' , some have already gone.Have looked at some of the alternatives and for me they are zero rated .I'm with you .blip is wonderful . By the way would never dream of calling you nuts ... :-)

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I hope that blipfoto can keep going. I'm really grateful to have had it in my life. It's encouraged me to get really keen on photography, and I've made lots of blip friends from all round the world.

Thanks must go to Joe, G and all the others at blip central for the idea in the first place and for keeping it running so far.

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I must say, this was my first thought. Sadly governments have not promoted JL-style ownership and setting it up is complex. In fact the JL Partnership required an act of parliament. But there is the club-membership model. It could work but we would need to act quickly and when people are asked to stump up some serious money - and it could be serious money - I suspect the enthusiasm may be tempered somewhat.

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