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nilbug

nilbug

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    RE: Ads on Linux.com
    [b]asedt wrote:[/b] [quote] I recently removed all my previous browser data, maybe it's affecting the ads? Google mastermind: He is browsing Linux sites aha he needs more Asian dating sites adds! What adds do you see? Are you all blocking it or anyone experience the same shit as me? Do Linux.com really need these adds? [/quote] "Google mastermind:" ? He's browsing the net? He's male? => needs adds => porn! (= the most profitable ones for Google.)
    Link to this post 04 Sep 11

    asedt wrote:


    I recently removed all my previous browser data, maybe it's affecting the ads? Google mastermind: He is browsing Linux sites aha he needs more Asian dating sites adds!

    What adds do you see? Are you all blocking it or anyone experience the same shit as me? Do Linux.com really need these adds?

    "Google mastermind:" ?
    He's browsing the net? He's male? => needs adds => porn! (= the most profitable ones for Google.)

  • nilbug
    RE: Articles and Tutorials
    [b]dixiedancer wrote:[/b] [quote]Hi! I have blogged here a few times and it's easy. Yesterday I decided to submit an [i]article[/i] instead of just posting another blog entry. It hasn't appeared on the site yet, though I did see a new addition after I submitted mine yesterday. I'm just wondering, how long does it typically take for the editors/moderators/proofreaders etc to approve and publish a new article or tutorial? This will be my first "real article" here if it gets approved... the others are just blog posts and I can't even tell if anyone reads them. Just curious.... how long should I wait before just posting it to my blog? Thanks, Robin[/quote] A few minutes ago I posted a review comment related to a Linux Distro and it also didn't show up. I understand the need for an approval review as mentioned above, before allowing comments going life. That happen at many other places but they always advice the user about that, to avoid him to try to post again thinking something went wrong. That's what I would suggest to be done here.
    Link to this post 04 Sep 11

    dixiedancer wrote:

    Hi!

    I have blogged here a few times and it's easy. Yesterday I decided to submit an [i]article[/i] instead of just posting another blog entry. It hasn't appeared on the site yet, though I did see a new addition after I submitted mine yesterday.

    I'm just wondering, how long does it typically take for the editors/moderators/proofreaders etc to approve and publish a new article or tutorial? This will be my first "real article" here if it gets approved... the others are just blog posts and I can't even tell if anyone reads them.

    Just curious.... how long should I wait before just posting it to my blog?

    Thanks,
    Robin

    A few minutes ago I posted a review comment related to a Linux Distro and it also didn't show up. I understand the need for an approval review as mentioned above, before allowing comments going life. That happen at many other places but they always advice the user about that, to avoid him to try to post again thinking something went wrong.

    That's what I would suggest to be done here.

  • nilbug
    RE: To the 200+ Guests online every day or so.
    [b]dixiedancer wrote:[/b] [quote]Shy, maybe. I "lurk" without posting for a lonnnng time on most forums until I get a sense of how things go in that community. "Think before you speak," Papa always says. Besides, it's always best to gather intelligence before launching an invasion, lol![/quote] Me too.... otherwise you'll be accounted for as another Alien That's why I registered almost 2 years ago but only posted today :laugh:
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    dixiedancer wrote:

    Shy, maybe. I "lurk" without posting for a lonnnng time on most forums until I get a sense of how things go in that community. "Think before you speak," Papa always says.

    Besides, it's always best to gather intelligence before launching an invasion, lol!

    Me too.... otherwise you'll be accounted for as another Alien
    That's why I registered almost 2 years ago but only posted today :laugh:

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