unless you have been there you realy do not know
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thank you, no really
you just criticized me (nonregistri dhortali)with the well worded
"embark on a campaign against user-generated content sites run for a profit, a singularly ironic act of luddism if there ever was one."
Now, complimenting satire is hard, it being likely the grateful is being ornery, so instead two questions, why do you think it luddist?
rantresurgo: to me it (user generated content for some ones profit where the content creators get nil) seems, radically unlike Wikipedia, genuinely exploitative in a vein of criticism inspired by Jaron Lanier. (i suspect a market-capitalism=innovation type argument, is this unfounded?) Secondly, could you recommend sites more suitable for embarking on a aggregatorian campaign for encyclopedic luddite protest? tvtropes?
Coda: is the polite thing now to go delete my mess? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 01:39, 30 December 2015 (UTC) and now i have a usernameStorloff (talk) 04:53, 31 December 2015 (UTC)
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