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Anyone else in favor of keeping Voat invite only? submitted by DecimateTheWeak to AskVoat

sammanzhi 0 points 109 points (+109|-0) ago

I'm certainly against the suggestion. I came to Voat because of reasons related to open discussion and free speech. If we lock out new members indefinitely barring an invitation, we are going to create an echo-chamber with the guise of free and open discussion. A growing Voat, an open Voat, a censorship free Voat is the best Voat, imo. Let us change and create the community by the content we produce and the discussion we hold, not by an arbitrary invite-only firewall.

deleted by user submitted by Neoplatonist to news

sammanzhi 0 points 33 points (+33|-0) ago

"What are you doing here? Why are you doing this?"

Jesus Christ, people, how many times does one have to say "I'M A REPORTER" before you get the fucking message?! Also "I'm a reporter too" sounds like bullshit. Any reporter worth their salt wouldn't give a colleague shit for recording in a public venue. Reporters are aware of their rights, otherwise people like this would bully them out of every story.

Every JRPG Ever submitted by markh110 to gaming

sammanzhi 2 points 27 points (+29|-2) ago

College Humor: "we played a video game once."

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Windows 10? Here are privacy issues you should consider submitted by wakowarner to technology

sammanzhi 4 points -2 points (+2|-4) ago

Everyone has been saying this, but I feel like at this point it's like when Americans say "Oh, they elected X president, I'm moving to Canada" and they never do. Linux is really cool, I always have it on a separate partition for when I'm looking to get work done or I'm looking to do some web browsing. But I think for your average user it just isn't there yet and, honestly, I'm not sure it ever will be. A lot of the difficulties that people have with Linux are things that power users find endearing.

Windows 10? Here are privacy issues you should consider submitted by wakowarner to technology

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

I wish you luck in your endeavor! I do believe that the average user COULD use Linux for pretty much everything they need pretty easily, but the second that a network driver fucks up or an application starts to fuss, they're going to become irate that they made the switch.

Dmail Promises 'Self-destructing' Gmail Message Service submitted by datjedi to technology

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

If there's a backdoor then this service isn't even worth using.