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MLP season 4 is coming.
ho boy, I really hope my dashboard won’t be surrounded by ponies.
If internet anonymity brings out the worst in people, Second Life brings out that person’s absolute inner chaos.
I hurt myself writing that title.
What I’d like to see is someone modding Call of Duty: Ghosts to have high definition textures.
And then observe if the team at Activision will complain at all.
It’s great how we’re self aware of some of the problems that we have in life and yet we refuse to change them because of how much it represents us to everyone else.
even in video games i cant bring myself to choose any of the rude/mean talking options
You, as a company has had the greatest morals that I’ve seen in any respect. It impresses me how much you can offer for free that others are not able to do. You’re convenient, you promote the future, and you do many things not out of greed but for the future of many people out there; opening doors for students, and so on.
But recently, some of your actions concerning YouTube got me a little peeved. Strange website redesigns that only make it more difficult to navigate to certain things that you liked, for example. Every time YouTube is changed, there is one, or more complications added. The worst thing you did in terms of redesign? Shifting everything to the left, and forcing me to use a userscript to get YouTube back in the center again. And each time, it seems that YouTube is getting laggier, and laggier, regardless of what I do.
But now you’re kind of pushing everyone around a bit too much.
I like the fact that you are trying to compete with Facebook, using Google+. I feel that Facebook deserves that kind of challenge; a competitor. Especially when you fulfill the role of what Google+ is meant to be; a social website. Not a place where jerkwads randomly invite you to these dumb social games. If everyone who took part in Facebook joined Google+, I too would gladly dismiss Facebook. I especially enjoy hangouts and how it allows for multiple webcams to be active at once, although I would prefer a non-browser version.
But the way you’re trying to promote Google+ on YouTube… is very much the wrong way to do it.
For one, the fact that you’re forcing YouTube users to join Google+ in order to comment is only going to make them upset. It already has. Had you wanted to be nice, you would have made this an optional thing. It isn’t. This isn’t about being forceful, it’s about being convincing.
You’re lucky to have such a mass of users, it would take a while for such a mass to really give up on you. It’d take some good persuasion on other people’s part to get them to leave you. But the party is going on at YouTube, where all the content and videos are there for people to have a banquet over. It’s where the people are. As simple as that.
The same can be applied to Facebook, nobody is going to leave that anytime soon. It’s too popular. I wish it wasn’t, but that’s the way things are gonna be. If you can’t fight against that, I believe the better option would’ve been to just accept it. Perhaps you could’ve captured people through more persuasive ways. A bit too late for that now.
Also, forcing people to use their real names… just because you made that a requirement now, doesn’t mean that everyone is no longer anonymous. You still got a ways to go.
There’s plenty to ramble about, but I’m tired, and I should be sleeping.
How’s it goin’?
buffering more like suffering