Here, there, everywhere.
Dongsung Kim I seriously don't want another project on the probably-never-finish-ever lists!
C4nn4r All of my projects are on the probably-never-finish-ever list.
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🉑 Vincent Leeuw I think you can ask Twitter to hand over the account then. Especially if it has been inactive for a long time.
C4nn4r You haven't been able to request username transfers since 2009 or so. The only current way to get an inactive username transferred over to you is if you have copyright over the name/word, this is how Microsoft managed to get the handle "Outlook" in 2012. There have been cases of people buying website domains like "ancarda.com" for example, and sending Twitter an email from an email address like "firstname.lastname@example.org" and playing the copyright card, but that doesn't work as often as it used to. Good luck either way OP.
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Esme Grey Because you can never have too many social networks!
Martijn Starting my birthday with the alarm at 4:30 to catch the 6:05 bus to university for an early exam. Exactly how I dreamt to celebrate it... not.
Martijn Note that these are not all the phones I have ever had, I simply have no way to figure out what phones I had before. I suspect the Siemens A50 was one of them. But really, making an HTML table should not take you 35 years!
C4nn4r I may have been exaggerating /slightly/ on the 35 years time frame. I have had well over 150 mobile phones over the years, and it would take a hell of a long time to just figure out what all of them were, let alone throw them all together into a HTML table. I kinda went through a phase of collecting old Nokia's, and obscure flip-up phones at one point. Dark times.
Dongsung Kim I am indeed. But can't be as simple as your username! Awesome.
Martijn With my birthday coming up I found myself thinking about life. Then I saw Sublevel's favicon had turned square and I was distracted.
🐷 Dev Hey!
Miguel what's so different about Sublevel? I haven't figured this site out yet, was hoping you could help.
C4nn4r I'm probably not the best guy for this, but Sublevel is rather unique for a number of reasons, but the key thing that is keeping me around is the community. Everyone here is linked together, and everyone gets a chance to be on the "front page" of the site, so it is incredibly easy to get discovered and meet new and interesting people. @Asko would probably be able to sum this up better than I can if you want the truth.
C4nn4r Sleepless nights are an absolute blast! Time to go on zombie mode all day and survive on nothing but coffee, water, and the everlasting battle of keeping my eyelids open. GREAT. How are you today, Sublevelers?
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Ryangilbert Very interested in Sublevel.