NintenScience / Disqus threads
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Remove all examples of automated flagging of posts in Google+ communities, posts and on comments on any Google+, to allow all posts and comments to be shown publicly
I am noticing that Google+ has recently gone its way to automatically flag posts on Google+ communities, Google+ posts and comments on any Google+ post. Remember, most of the censorship is usually derived from false promises, especially towards so-called "harassment" even though a lot of it happens on social networks with high levels of censorship, where a lot freedom of speech is censored. With freedom of speech, people can express their true feelings. Freedom of speech can actually make a network safer and more intelligent. Empathy is also usually expressed on social networks which have freedom of speech. And even then, on Google+ communities and on Google+ posts, the content on falls on the responsibility of the Google+ community moderators and Google+ users, rather than a frustrating flagging system? Automated flagging would cause negative reactions to Google+. So, Google+, can you remove all forms of automated flagging of Google+ community posts and Google+ comments, to allow all Google+ community posts and Google+ comments on any Google+ post to be TRULY shown publicly, no matter what content it has? Because if a social network is censoring content, then it might cause social instability within the social network, and might cause others to leave the social network.
Bring Rare Ltd. back to Nintendo Co., Ltd
Rare Ltd. has been taken away from Nintendo Co., Ltd to Microsoft Corporation during the fifth generation of video game consoles, and after that event, the quality of Rare Ltd. degraded, by firstly, a paradigm shift of their business culture into Microsoft's culture, and secondly, reduction in the staff that helped Rare Ltd. to be popular for the quality of its video games when Rare Ltd. was with Nintendo Co., Ltd.
Keith L Pickard (@KGhaleon), the biggest fan of @TheyCallMeDSP on Twitter, has been stalking/trolling some Twitter users, to an extent that they either got banned on Twitch or puts another Twitter user in danger on Twitter. He has alternative accounts which he uses to conceal his identity. This rogue troll needs to be stopped, on Twitch and Twitter!
Increase the character limit of a tweet
Twitter's 140 character limit has prevented users from expressing their full thoughts on a single tweet and that forces users to post 5 or more tweets to post their full thoughts. Twitter still thinks that we use SMS on old digital computers that are inside the old mobile telephones that are limited to the slow "GSM" standard, where the SMS messages can only be 140 bytes of data. But, now we are at a time (after 2007) when even the "moderately slow" mobile telephone-based digital computers are more technologically advanced, as well as the other types of digital computer, because the mobile telephone-based digital computers can use antennae that can send MORE than a mere 140 bytes of data, with the introduction of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, LTE, LTE Advanced, UTMS/UTRA and Evolved HSPA, and more standards that can have a faster data rate than GSM. Even the old desktop digital computers are able to handle a faster data transfer rate than GSM when sending messages. But, there is more. There are follow limits as well, only proving the point above about Twitter not being able to adapt to the present-day computer technology that can do more than an antennae supporting a 140 byte data transfer. The follow limit is a disgrace, especially when you find out that the quantity of Twitter users is one billion, and accounts are still being created today on Twitter. These limits are why Internet users are leaving Twitter go to Tumblr, Blogger, Google+, YouTube, Facebook, and more. Especially the Tumblr service, because even though it resembles a geometrically larger version of Twitter, the Tumblr service does not have the limits that Twitter consist of.