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I agree that cyberbullying users should be banned if possible. But as far as specific groups with bad ideas, should discourse of polarizing/disagreeable/wrong ideas take place in public forums or fester in dark corners? Perhaps there are arguments for both, but I believe an open dialogue is healthiest for society.
Freedom of speech is a human right and with social media becoming a more prominent way of how we communicate as a species, censorship is a dangerous pathway to go down.
I wonder how much of this idea was influenced by Kanye. http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2018/09/kanye-west-is-right-about-social-media-follower-counts.html
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The front page on ffffound was the best... wish are.na would implement a similar feature.
I love this idea just to see what happens. Maybe less negative comments?
lol is this a Virgil Abloh reference? All fashion houses trying to go hip.
The designer at Chobani actually co-founded the agency that re-branded Dropbox... small design world I guess https://www.wearecollins.com/
Nice! Really cool to hear some of the thinking that went on. Can't help but wonder how feedback might differ if the design stacked the search on top of the spotlight like on mobile?
But I also personally like the unique layout, simply because its unique.
Genuinely curious what fundamental issues you believe are wrong. I wrote some things I like, don't like below. They were dealing with some interesting issues if you read the behind the scenes.
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