Nice try, but:
as a panopticon master, I can already converse with all the meatbags - they that can't converse with each other;
it is debatable which platform is superior. Each goes for a different trade off, and my scripts homogenize them enough for me that I don't really mind one over the other.
Dunno. Good when everybody is at the same sub, but when the same content is put on 20 different subs because each one is kinda of a tag, you either visit the 20 pages or miss out some of the conversation. While if they were tags, everybody would be directed to the same thread...
Nah, they seem to be of the kind "I am going to complain and hope someone can save me" and I am no hero.
It could be good for them, it could be good for the people here, but I don't see how would it be good for me.
This did not age well.
The VERY awesome native searching hasn't been VERY awesome (exaggerating a bit, but it is still far from the best search system I have seen).
Still don't see why you go looking for Reddit clones instead of just enabling tags.
(not sure Totse was mentioned on this, not sure if there a better thread, just a quick throw)
These days you can still find former users of Totse saying they miss the old days and are sad it closed.
Even on pretty hardcore freedom of speech sites.
So not sure if it is pure nostalgia or if they...
Think I saw this concept somewhere, they had a chat 24/7 open, you played whenever you felt like with whoever was online.
And they had separate channels for kinky and non kinky, albeit it was expected that everything was on the same timeline.
Sometimes the game was reset, as it was just easier...
Went to check my mailbox and beside a printed leaflet from the Watch Tower Foundation, there was a handwritten letter, by a JW.
I know they usually want to talk and I have seen other leaflets before, but a handwritten letter is a first.
The content is not addressed to anyone in specific, but...
Pinterest seems to be okay with it:
The first shot has been called. Maybe others will follow suit. I never gave a chance to Pinterest (layout and content always seemed too geared towards women), but now I maybe I will (not that I need their filtering, I got my own).
There was news that Microsoft is offering some new way of content filtering for its gaming service.
It seems to just cover the potentially unwanted message with a placeholder and you can click to view.
Seems a bit like a waste to me, they could at least have a level of filtering that gave an...
I have recurrent programmatic searches for my aliases in multiple search engines, one of them being Google.
Today I got a result for a 6 months old page that has a screenshot of a message I made.
My aliases is not mentioned in text anywhere in the page, only in the screenshot.
So I am guessing...