Posts By AlPha_GoD

Go To Topic - Broken links

Thanks for looking into this , it's really appreciated !


1 week ago

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.

 

Go To Topic - Broken links

http://vidfiles.alphacoders.com/634/6343.mp4

The link works to download the original file 

just posting this as an update

Thanks , Dave


1 week ago

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.

 

Go To Topic - Broken links

Some broken links for VIDEOS as follows:

http://videos.alphacoders.com/videos/view/6343

http://videos.alphacoders.com/videos/view/6342

http://videos.alphacoders.com/videos/view/6339

TYPE NOT SUPPORTED ON PLAY BACK ON THE USER END IS DISPLAYED

Thanks

 


1 week ago

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.

 

Go To Topic - Hostihg Game Clips

I'm cutting video content these days ... Would uploading videos to the site be something you would consider Dave ? My videos are no longer than aprox. 2:20 in length . To save disk space I could convert my 1080p content to say 720p or so. I would also condsider a video section for user created materials for said content adding it to this site just like the section is for the wallpaper creators. It's ok if this is't a good idea right now ... I know disk space aint exactly cheap. Perhaps a little space could be added for a storage / user fee that is paid for after a certain amount of storage is exceeded or a payment for buying space for video storage per user or something ... 

Thank you for your time 


2 weeks ago

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.

 

Go To Topic - Fallout 4

http://twitter.com/sucmiphatwang73/status/1038550012920131584


2 weeks ago

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.

 

Go To Topic - Fallout 4

https://twitter.com/sucmiphatwang73/status/1038550012920131584 Hope you like videos ... Please feel free to see what I have been up to . 

 


2 weeks ago

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.

 

Go To Topic - Honeycomb Framework

I would like to suggest you could present a better framework that redefines social media by using seven functional building blocks: identity, conversations, sharing, presence, relationships, reputation, and groups.

Identity: This block represents the extent to which users reveal their identities in a social media setting. This can include disclosing information such as name, age, gender, profession, location, and also information that portrays users in certain ways.

Conversations: This block represents the extent to which users communicate with other users in a social media setting. Many social media sites are designed primarily to facilitate conversations among individuals and groups. These conversations happen for all sorts of reasons. People tweet, blog, et cetera to meet new like-minded people, to find true love, to build their self-esteem, or to be on the cutting edge of new ideas or trending topics. Yet others see social media as a way of making their message heard and positively impacting humanitarian causes, environmental problems, economic issues, or political debates.

Sharing: This block represents the extent to which users exchange, distribute, and receive content. The term 'social' often implies that exchanges between people are crucial. In many cases, however, sociality is about the objects that mediate these ties between people—the reasons why they meet online and associate with each other.

Presence: This block represents the extent to which users can know if other users are accessible. It includes knowing where others are, in the virtual world and/or in the real world, and whether they are available

Relationships: This block represents the extent to which users can be related to other users. Two or more users have some form of association that leads them to converse, share objects of sociality, meet up, or simply just list each other as a friend or fan.

Reputation: This block represents the extent to which users can identify the standing of others, including themselves, in a social media setting. Reputation can have different meanings on social media platforms. In most cases, reputation is a matter of trust, but because information technologies are not yet good at determining such highly qualitative criteria, social media sites rely on 'mechanical Turks': tools that automatically aggregate user-generated information to determine trustworthiness.

Groups: This block represents the extent to which users can form communities and sub communities. The more 'social' a network becomes, the bigger the group of friends, followers, and contacts.

I would suggest asking our users on how the site could be improved in these key areas !

I will post my ideas in another reply ...


2 years ago

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.

 

YES


2 years ago

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.

 

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3 years ago

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.

 


3 years ago

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.