|WikiProject Internet culture||(Rated Start-class, Mid-importance)|
Complaint about deleting
I posted this concept under another name and had been cited for shameless self promotion! Here we have an actual example of this 'Virtual Graffiti' and my description had been taken down; my research had been to raise awareness. This is a sham! Someone please get involved with this case. I am not out for the person who wrote this rather the one who delted my post; I would like my work added to this page and alternate title as well.: please help me.
MHL 04:39, 8 January 2009 User:126.96.36.199
- @188.8.131.52: Don't you have a backup of the text? Maybe you find help here: Wikipedia:Requests for undeletion. Other than that google parts of your text to see if something's still out there. Maybe also try the Wayback Machine and Wikiwand if it has been up for some time. --Fixuture (talk) 20:39, 6 August 2015 (UTC)
Also is it also "virtual graffiti" if it's entirely virtual?
Is it also virtual graffiti if it's entirely virtual?
Two examples: in some video games such as Counterstrike people can "spray" custom images on the virtual walls of the game.
Also there's a (or multiple) browser extension(s) that allows users to draw on websites which other users who got the extension installed can see (and alter themselves).
3 sections don't feature any info on virtual graffiti and need to be removed if they don't get changed
The sections "Social networking", "Gaming" and "Teleconferencing" don't feature any info on how they're relevant to virtual graffiti. This needs to be changed or else those sections need to be removed.