• Seb JachecSeb Jachec, almost 6 years ago

    Does't this go against the intended use of the "Ask DN:" prefix? Feels like generic app/link advertising to me rather than a legitimate question.

    21 points
  • David Steelcart, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    Why do you keep mentioning "creep factor of stalking" all through out your copy... Putting those words in people's heads is a terrible idea for an app such as yours, it just makes me think your app has something to do with stalking. I would love to hear your justification, prove me wrong- but I would strongly suggest not focusing so strongly on those words in the future.

    19 points
  • Thompson GeorgeThompson George, almost 6 years ago

    Cool idea, but it does not solve a problem.

    5 points
  • Wentin ZWentin Z, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    medium has really become another twitter with no character count limit. At first i didn't believe it

    4 points
  • A Paul, almost 6 years ago

    Betteridge's law of headlines: "Any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word no."

    3 points
  • Weston VierreggerWeston Vierregger, almost 6 years ago

    Reading the headline, I instantly envisioned an app linked to your social networks that you could just type/say "How is Johnny Doe doing?" and getting an abbreviated update on his/her last week or so from his FB, Twitter, Instagram, etc. in a little feed. :) It sounded cute.

    And then I clicked the link and saw basically Airdrop Messenger.

    2 points
  • Azy Groth, almost 6 years ago

    This app marginally decreases the creep factor. But only marginally.

    2 points
  • James Young, almost 6 years ago

    It doesn't mention whether everyone is opted in or whether it's another one of those apps where you get added by someone else and have to find out at some point and then remove yourself.

    0 points
  • Nicholas J Cole, almost 6 years ago

    Very cool, time is distance

    0 points