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2013-01-15 03:42:01 PM  
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styckx: The My Little Pony Killer: That somehow looks worse than the current Facebook layout.

It's the new fad in web page design that all the leading edge hipster sites are using

"Make it complicated and as unorganized as possible so no one has any clear direction of what they're supposed to actually do and just start clicking on shiat out of pure confusion"


What does that word even mean?
2013-01-15 03:23:08 PM  
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its fun to google some of the members on FARK who use the same handle here and on MySpace, except they have forgotten about their MySpace account even exiting that totally has their real name and location and picture in it.
2013-01-15 02:52:02 PM  
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downstairs: Don't understand the MySpace hate.  They moved pretty much into the music space.  Almost all local bands have a MySpace page.  And its no longer the ugly backgrounds, etc. it was way back when.


As social media it fails. You got your own website, like a weak geocities, except there wasn't much you could put on it, and no one knew if you updated it.

It works for bands, but it's just your band's music, tour dates and videos. It's not a better way to interface with listeners than a website, because there's no point in them logging on to myspace.
2013-01-15 02:15:10 PM  
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styckx: "Make it complicated and as unorganized as possible so no one has any clear direction of what they're supposed to actually do and just start clicking on shiat out of pure confusion"


My company designs systems this way.
2013-01-15 01:44:21 PM  
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I created an account just to squat my preferred username. If for some reason it becomes big, at least I won't have to settle for something with half a dozen random digits trailing it.
 
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