Re: flash? [OT]
On Tue, 15 Mar 2016 08:29:54 +0100 deloptes <email@example.com> wrote:
> Adam Wilson wrote:
> > On Mon, 14 Mar 2016 19:06:27 +0100 Jörg-Volker Peetz
> > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> IMHO its worth to try the web without flash.
> >> HTML5 can do a lot nowadays.
> > Exactly. I don't use Flash, but somehow the world hasn't collapsed
> > around me yet, and (*gasp*) I am still able to get my news. 
> >  Listening to BBC World Service on that oldfangled device (the
> > radio), reading The Real News, Democracy Now!, the Independent,
> > libcom.org, reddit.com/r/news, reddit.com/r/worldnews, reddit in
> > general, indymedia. It's not hard. There are so many sources for
> > news.
> funny story guys. IMHO the problem is not with us. There are a lot of
> people who don't care and will not stop using flash or whatever.
> So we will not watching news, but flash will not die so fast.
> Respect for your position though - I like you even more :D
> Perhaps we need to introduce "likes" (jokingly)
Hmm. "Likes" are pretty much useless without "Dislikes"- which would
basically net us a Reddit upvote/downvote system. Now we all know how
prone to abuse that is ;)
Far better to just let disagreements battle themselves out on the list
itself rather than through downvote numbers...