Videos taken from dating site
I was on site in 2003 and I despise what its become. It's definitely changed a bit over past few years. And while we're at it, I also want to get rid of the advertising that came chasing after these people. You realize that, for example, Puerto Rico has mass protests going on, which are helped to organize with social media?
One of its continued strengths is the number of useful or deep articles in tech combined with a high number of people in the community that write them. We have some people who steadily have good insights and submissions on specific topics. To cite one example.https://beta.washingtonpost.com/national/puerto-rico-has-tur... I would agree that advertisement has done a lot of damage.
I didn't realize The Wayback Machine had so much You Tube content from the early days.
Really interesting going back and seeing what was on the front page on some random day in 2006.
It sounds like a small amount but I get the impression that it filters out the vast majority of shitty trolls.
On top of that, if your account gets banned then you have to pay the fee again, so if you’re a repeat offender then it gets expensive fast.
Coffee Meets Bagel briefly added a video feature where you could record your answer to a question they asked each day.
It's more likely that even in our modern age of ephemeral video sharing, the idea of recording a video to introduce yourself to strangers still introduces substantial friction and stress, which would turn people off from engagement even if it were optional.
Launch seven slightly different platforms, all of which have the theoretical scalability of You Tube, four of them using AI.
The submission quality is high, and it is well moderated.
Meta Filter has always had a pretty strong community.Overall, it's a good community for general discussion of things happening on and offline.