Discussion in 'Waffle' started by Eternaloptimist, Sep 28, 2014.
so, u lot joining? seems everyone is jumping on its dick
To the bandwagon!
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My problem with social networks isn't the advertising or what they do with data about me, it's just with the socialising
Just use adblockers ffs
Why is it getting so hyped? I mean who's behind all that and pays so much money for this whole project?
would someone be kind enough to send me an invite? the damn website parred me when i tried to sign up
its like a minidisc version of facebooks cd??
it won't catch on and mp3s are cool now. said the 90's
I made a thing, https://ello.co/willarnold
i dont know how to use it or anything, but i have one, if this kicks off it'll be a good thing, it's not about stalky sites
I was going to make an account for you...
shut up andrew. [MENTION=82324]Shatner's Bosom[/MENTION], you got an account? send me an invite, would you
reminds me of google + that never took off
or this one - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diaspora_(social_network)
never even heard of that
no no, this is the one, eloo.nz is going to be the one
Got an invite for that but what the hell are you going to do on a site where none of your contacts is signed up.
Does dnbforum count as a social network? Or what about all the other dnb sites. What's the problem?
I do admit though, dnbforum is very easy to create an account and the sites layout and features are AWESOME. I tried to get on some others but it took a little more effort so since this site is so great I just decided to stick around here. Sooner or later I'll have the ability to focus on learning production, but for now yeah socializing is a good step one.
Shawn, have you ever tried Jump Up?
Maybe that cures your enthusiasm
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