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  1. Comment on Reddit has banned r/watchpeopledie in ~tech

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    Makes total sense, and perhaps there isn't a one site to rule them all anyway - or not anymore at least. I thought that was unique to reddit and having a cohesive and familiar layout for virtually...

    Makes total sense, and perhaps there isn't a one site to rule them all anyway - or not anymore at least. I thought that was unique to reddit and having a cohesive and familiar layout for virtually anything was helpful, though not something everyone needs.
    Thanks for the quick response.

    6 votes
  2. Comment on Reddit has banned r/watchpeopledie in ~tech

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    I've only periodically come back to tildes when I see Reddit further circling the drain, and honestly really loving what I'm seeing here now. I'm curious, as someone who was never a member of that...

    I've only periodically come back to tildes when I see Reddit further circling the drain, and honestly really loving what I'm seeing here now.

    I'm curious, as someone who was never a member of that community, would that community be welcomed or shunned on Tildes? I didn't know how "open" this place was (or is), to that extent and although I believe freedom of speech, expression, thoughts are all applicable here, sometimes that comes with a subjective cost that others can't associate to or stomach.

    Is this community accepting of hosting all, the good with the bad, or just another clean bifurcation of curated content for commenting. How does it compare to the rest?

    7 votes
  3. Comment on What do you think will be the next big innovation to smart phones? in ~tech

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    The brick (phone) will simply be a mobile processor relaying info to various IoT wearables or near devices (LAN/home) for control. Basically I see the phone as a server and interfacing with...

    The brick (phone) will simply be a mobile processor relaying info to various IoT wearables or near devices (LAN/home) for control.
    Basically I see the phone as a server and interfacing with everything around you is the primary use, pocket server.

  4. Comment on The Death of Google in ~tech

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    Google is so deeply ingrained in licensing for the Android OS, which is projected to remain steady at 85% market share through 2022, I'm hard pressed to see them "die" any time in the next 20 years.

    Google is so deeply ingrained in licensing for the Android OS, which is projected to remain steady at 85% market share through 2022, I'm hard pressed to see them "die" any time in the next 20 years.

    4 votes