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For all of us reddit refuges, What is the TD;LR of the voting system here? submitted by MrDoucheFace to AskVoat

nxiety 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago

Strange, but neat. As someone that rarely comments it's going to suck for a while though.

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nxiety 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago

I've been trying Bing because of the promotions they run but I save more time just using Google/first page results than I do digging through Bings results hoping to find something relevant to what I need. The time saved using Google nets me more value than $5 every couple of days.

Why don't you use encryption? What would change your mind? submitted by zedoriah to AskVoat

nxiety 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

It's a lot of extra work for people to learn about encryption and how to use it. It'd take roughly a day and that's too much for most people(that's pathetic by the way.)

It needs to be easier to use and nearly transparent to the user for more people to consider it. I think by the time people realize it's necessary it'll be too late.

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6-10-2015: The Day Reddit Died submitted by dfoolio to technology

nxiety 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I'm guessing most users won't give a shit. Digg had an exodus because of very obvious changes that the end user could see. Most reddit users won't realize a lot of posts are being hidden at the moment unless you click on rising(which who knows how long that'll last), and the fact they're defaulting to hiding content to certain hosts.

6-10-2015: The Day Reddit Died submitted by dfoolio to technology

nxiety 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

There in lies the problem. They banned a less offensive subreddit and left so many grossly offensive ones behind.

I'm sure they'll eventually ban all of those and the others, but where will it end? SOME subreddits should obviously not be allowed(the underage girls ones a while back for example.) Unfortunately the line they've drawn is too far over the line. They've made it clear they want a politically correct site, and in doing so they've limited so much speech. Morbidly obese people are a problem, they aren't healthy, and they're a huge burden on the healthcare system in every country because they can't control themselves. Calling that fact out should in no way be banworthy.

New Voaters how many of you have transitioned from reddit and do you plan on staying on voat or is this just until Pao GTFO? submitted by insanelazygamer to AskVoat

nxiety 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I'll stay at least for a bit in hopes the userbase grows. I appreciate the anti-SJW/pro-privacy attitude. But many of the subverses I would like are a bit dead.

I, sadly, doubt reddit will truly undo a lot of the damage they've done with the plans they've said into motion. I could always ignore the userbase and echo chamber that went on in many subreddits but when reddit itself started making poor decisions it killed a piece of me(8 years is a long time.)