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Spread the Dot on MeFi
thanks for the feedback ...
matt's right that the voice your support page provides more explanation (it launched first, and then the dot page got a life of its own). the comment page is linked from the dot page several times, but apparently not prominently enough? I do think we should keep the dot page linking to the dot page so we can keep it spreading around...lemme see what I can do.
(and no...we're not hijacking a known phrase that I know of… [more]
posted to MetaTalk by webchick at 2:16 AM on August 2, 2002
i forgot to mention that the ♥ thingamabob reminded me of this.
posted to MetaTalk by webchick at 3:52 AM on August 2, 2002
Watch out if "the dot" turns out to be the nickname of the next great sexually-transmitted pandemic.
i thought that was "dot-com" ... a lot of people sure got screwed. :-)
Anyhoo, when it comes to who first spread the dot, a little credit where credit is due.
posted to MetaTalk by webchick at 2:00 PM on August 2, 2002
Should a poster 'moderate' his post?
Doublepost prevention limited by search keywords
>anyone else remember the spooky (yet hilarious)
>flash-powered site with the old photograph of the
>little kid singing "american pie" and "black dog?"
posted to MetaTalk by webchick at 8:53 AM on October 25, 2001
>you have just proven yourself
>more valuable than google.
yep. and i have "I'm Feeling Lucky" tattooed across my _____.
posted to MetaTalk by webchick at 12:55 PM on October 25, 2001
Are these threads really right for MetaFilter?
As one who posted in the most recent condolence thread, I just want to say that people need time to heal, IMHO. You certainly won't lose what you have built here by allowing people to air their grief for a couple of days. If anything, it will make it stronger.
posted to MetaTalk by webchick at 5:32 PM on September 12, 2001
I neglect my blog for the love of mefi
I don't have a weblog, but I believe that much of what occurs on weblogs belongs in a discussion space. A lot (not all) of what is posted to weblogs was once the province of discussion forums, bulletin boards and newsgroups. I enjoy thought-provoking discussion and intelligent debate...it is often the key to solving problems and fostering a sense of community.
MetaFilter is such a vital gathering place for the web community, not just… [more]
posted to MetaTalk by webchick at 5:39 AM on October 5, 2000