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The problem I see, FB will not go away soon (sadly). To many organizations and (more important) governments and authorities use FB and Twitter as official channels. Beats me. I hate it!
^this is correct!
Personally I've never found a problem using non-responsive and my eyes aren't the best.
Really? Unfortunately the world is in landscape.
EVERY subject is covered at least a hundred different ways. And I mean EVERY subject. People are spread too thin. Who would ever think twitter would work? It blows the mind. But forums are the 55 chevy of the Internet. If we can keep enough pristine specimens on the market. They'll always make a comeback. But anything else is just a new Kia. They get squashed at the junk yard every hundred thousand miles.Bullseye! wrote: ↑Wed Aug 26, 2015 12:13 amI know this has been mentioned far too many times than one could even imagine to think, but I think the real problem with what has caused some boards to slow down, is not sites like facebook in them selves but the fact that mobile users, who are getting more and more by the day have the inability to use the browsers on their phones, instead they use the application for social network sites, which in the main means if it's not on facebook it doesn't exist, sure if you post a link to a social media site that leads to your board people will see it, they will either like it and move on, they may even join said board, but once that link on your timeline gets bumped down and they have lost all contact with the site, with most people failing to check emails, even the notifications from the forums will be ignored, it does worry me that while there are advances in technology, there seems to be a deterioration in the end users ability to go to a browser type in an address, save it to their favourites and keep check of their emails, however on the flipside there are still people who refuse to use social network sites, that being said some forums will still be quite busy, really how I should end this statement is............................ there is more to the internet than facebook, facebook is just another website on the internet..
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