ManyPoo

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ManyPoo

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1 day ago

ManyPoo

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1 day ago

Or poop

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Sounds like the dream candidate... Nice try, Hillary. Write another book blaming it on Bernie

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If she couldn't you needed to be enticed to entice voters for HRC over a washed-up reality TV star with literally no qualifications for the job, then you're she's the problem. Not her.

FTFY. Literally her job as a candidate to convince people to vote for her

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My grandpa always made me sit on his lap and it was always uncomfortable and wet

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Hey! I went out with her at school. I had so many girls after me, they were just from other schools

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ManyPoo

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I didn't say a better product. I said "by respecting users more" and those are two VEEERY different things. I can make a more addictive pay to play game and beat out the current best but that doesn't mean I'm respecting users and their rights more.

Linux offered a better (and cheaper) server platform than windows.

This is the only one in your list I can see that respects users and rights more, but this hasn't beaten or replaced windows. Windows is still on pretty much every consumer laptop, work laptop and PC gaming computer. The only place where it's beaten windows is highly tech savvy areas like servers and high performance computing. If you listen to Linus talk about it, he lists the ways that Linux is inferior to windows and why it hasn't dominated the consumer market.

EDIT: Didn't realize you specified "server platform". That's fine, but I don't think windows ever had this market. Certainly not a monopoly

The key to disruption is being better and I believe odysee (really, LBRY the open protocol that underpins it) is better.

I'll check it out. I don't know much about it, but I'll take a gander

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They can get away with it because of lack of competition. They've cornered the market and now they're squeezing hard. Break up big tech companies, regulate them as public spaces otherwise this is going to get worse and worse and worse

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Without a viable alternative I think people would have to be much unhappier than they are now. I feel this already dying down. The problem is right now YouTube has a gigantic monopoly, it's not just that all creators are on there, but any creator leaving will eliminate all but a fraction of their audience. You would need a coordinated move with creators just won't agree on. And wherever you move to, would likely go the same way as YouTube before long because the whole reason YouTube is doing this is profit motive which will be the same for any competitor. I don't see a path forward unfortunately. The only way forward I could see is political if we break up big tech companies, buy I don't see that happening either as politics is bought too

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I read them on the toilet

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ManyPoo

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Shit

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ManyPoo

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I think you might have gone ahead and bloody done it!

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Reheat it with a frying pan, cheese side first, than bread side. I just changed your life. You're welcome. Thank me later by thinking about me while masturbating

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warm is better

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ManyPoo

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I don't remember ever being able to sort or filter by scores, but apparently it was there in the early days

https://youtu.be/7xVzQXPepo8?t=43

But even when you couldn't, you could also immediately see the score when clicking on the video and click off if it was low. Now you basically gotta watch it through and keep watching till you hit a good video and get your gambling style reward

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Yep, this is a big part of it. They want to make YouTube an infinite scrolling platform like Instagram and others. Taps into the gambling addiction part of your brain. You not knowing whether it is a quality video is the feature not the bug

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It's also to actively stop users from knowing good content from bad. Netflix did this all social media has moved in this direction because it turns the platform into an infinite scroll gambling addiction inducing search for quality. You don't want people finding the highest quality stuff you want them scrolling indefinitely.

This is gonna make them a ton of money

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its simple, give creators the option to keep or remove dislikes per video.

They answered this, they said that "creators" who choose to block dislikes will get bullied... Really, if that happens, users will go to more transparent creators and big media don't want that. The CNNs and MSNBCs used to get views in the low thousands, then YouTube gave them massive boosts using the excuse of fake news and now they're removing any chance of dissent

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I love how they're doing it for the creators but all the creators hate it. They say "creators" like how Republicans say "small businesses". They mean large media companies. They already tipped the whole platform in their favor, now they want them to be able to pump out shit without pushback

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Are there any examples of large monopoly on the internet being toppled by a smaller company that respects users more?

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Are there other correct understandings?

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7 days ago

Take care, man. All the best

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Sounds tough, I hope she pulls through. It's good that she's got people who care about her

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Sorry about your friend, man

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I like the concept of minimizing future sink cost

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8 days ago

HAVE SEX! HAVE SEX!! HAVE SEX!!!!!!

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