filmmaker. web designer. web developer at amazon.
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Dpsouthwell When I'm too zoned out to type coherent sentences, that's one thing. But sometimes I can't even tell what word I was attempting to spell.
Leithart just leave it as is. make the actor figure it out.
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Dpsouthwell I think everyone here is a programmer.
Leithart are you a programmer?
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Dpsouthwell What's the best way to get started here?
Leithart just start talking
👽 Lucian Marin Internet (HTTP), email (POP/IMAP), BitTorrent, etc. I know there's no absolute control over these protocols, but people can decide how to use them. That's important.
Leithart i agree with this. 4chan is a good example of what can happen with crowd anonymity. sometimes good, sometimes the worst place in the easily accessible internet.
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👽 Lucian Marin Do brands get a special status everywhere? Aren't just people behind these brands?
Leithart sure, but there are brands behind those people, too. if it's easy to delete a negative comment, it's easy for brands to portray a false image of themselves.
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👽 Lucian Marin We trust each other or we don't. That's how things work in real life too. But mostly we tend to trust each other and build things together, awesome things. In the end, Sublevel is just a technology layer and nothing more.
Leithart hah, this could turn philosophical really quickly... that last sentence is pretty abstract, though. what do you mean by a technology layer?
🥃 Carlos Bruscoli its working, probably just a momentary lapse?
Leithart yeah, it's back up now
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Eric There's not much trust to be given. As it stands you can't upload anything but text to the levels. If images were allowed, or other media it might become a bit messy.
Leithart good point. if it takes off and brands start joining, this might be something to consider though.
👽 Lucian Marin The most important thing is that you are truly the owner of your account. You can delete the replies you don't like for example. It's like having your own "social" network, yet you have access to all members on Sublevel.
Leithart this is interesting. what are the implications of trusting your customers that much, especially when anyone can join? to allow users that level of control, you have to trust them; but if you don't have any way of filtering, how can you trust them?
🥃 Carlos Bruscoli today we launched ring.com :D
Leithart looks like you weren't prepared for it... getting a 502 error
Martijn Today we decided there really is no reason not to let multiple people get married to eachother or to ban marriage within the family.
Leithart tell me about this thing. what's its deal? what makes it better than twitter/facebook?
👽 Lucian Marin The most important thing is that you are truly the owner of your account. You can delete the replies you don't like for example. It's like having your own "social" network, yet you have access to all members on Sublevel.