The ability to fail quietly without having that failure associated with your name/identity allows for more experimentation and limit pushing.
What's unique about [4chan] is that it's anonymous, and it has no memory. There's no archive, there are no barriers, there's no registration. ... That's led to this discussion that's completely raw, completely unfiltered.
The cost of failure is really high when you're contributing as yourself.
There isn't one way of doing anything. I'm not saying everywhere online should be anonymous, nor do I think everywhere should use read-ID. I just want options! And for people to understand how valuable anonymity can be, and why it's worth protecting.
Facebook does social really well, but continues to fail at community.
A racing horse is not like a machine. It has to be tuned up like a racing car.
Areas with lots of college students/young people can be a minefield, so I tend to avoid them.
I don't agree with everything Facebook does or Mark Zuckerberg's stance on identity, but he's a nice and extremely smart guy who believes in what he's doing.
When we think of memetic culture, it is the sausage factory of the old days.
The high five card will be an insignificant bonus to the incredible time I’ll have traveling the world and meeting new people, especially fans of Nando’s
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