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Tux the Cat: A crowdsourced name

cats
According to Examiner.com , people choose names for their pets with the same intent and emotion as naming their children. But some would say it's...Read more

Would you crowdsource your pet's name?

cats
According to Examiner.com , people choose names for their pets with the same intent and emotion as naming their children. But some would say it's just a little too strange to crowdsource a child's name than a pet's name. Maybe, who you're asking and crowdsourcing from that could make all the difference—strangers or friends?Read more

Who would you take...fishing?

This poll is based on a life situation you will likely never find yourself in, but isn't it fun to ponder who you would take and why (comments)?Read more

If you had a boat and a cooler full of bait for a week of fishing off your favorite body of water, who would you take?

open source question and answers
This poll is based on a life situation you will likely never find yourself in, but isn't it fun to ponder who you would take and why (comments)?Read more

Should the naked ping be stopped?

The naked ping
The naked, unaswered ping. It might leave you wondering, what did that person want? Was it important? Why didn't they just ask me what they needed?Read more

Have you ever received a naked, unanswered ping?

The naked ping
The naked, unaswered ping. It might leave you wondering, what did that person want? Was it important? Why didn't they just ask me what they needed?Read more

Should Twitter change the term "followers" to "listeners?"

On Twitter, do you follow or listen?
Something caught my attention in this story by Phil Shapiro . It was something he said in the video presentation he made--as he was describing what Twitter is and what people use it for, he made the argument that the term followers should be changed to listeners . This is where my brain started racing.Read more

On Twitter, do you follow or listen?

On Twitter, do you follow or listen?
Something caught my attention in this story by Phil Shapiro . It was something he said in the video presentation he made--as he was describing what...Read more