|Argent Wrote:Defeatist attitudes like that don't get people anywhere.
How much does a stamp cost?
How long does it take to write or type a letter?
If it's worth caring about, it's worth a few cents and a few minutes of your time.
Maybe a letter-writing campaign won't make a difference in the long run. It definitely won't make a difference if nobody bothers to do it.
What do any of us have to lose?
Greetings. I agree with this.
Though we don't know how all letters are tallied and handled in the end, I believe that through sustained response, we might have some effect.
Letters from a vocal group a few weeks after cancellation of a beloved show will be quite predictable to those people of management and receiving at Disney. However, sustained response, coordinated effort, and especially long-term cohesive plans might have an impact outside of their assumed models of what fans are willing to do, and to how strong our cohesion can be, especially for love of Tron and all of it that we enjoy and wish to see more of.
We are essentially a 'vocal minority,' but in creating events and greater efforts for ourselves, that can both spread influence, and also reflect that though we are a small group, our efforts reflect the will and liking of other fans.
My thoughts over any letter/matter-sending communication with Disney were in three parts: one, immediate, coordinated response. Two, response over time in the mid-term and long-term. And three: overall creativity and effort of any sending habits, projects, or other creations which might serve to garner some greater consideration.