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Part of an evolving culture surrounding digital “play pens”.

"Ten years ago, speech on the American Internet was a free-for-all. There was relatively little monitoring and censorship—public or private—of what people posted, said, or did on Facebook, YouTube, and other sites. In part, this was due to the legal immunity that platforms enjoyed under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. And in part it was because the socially disruptive effects of digital networks—various forms of weaponized speech and misinformation—had not yet emerged. As the networks became filled with bullying, harassment, child sexual exploitation, revenge porn, disinformation campaigns, digitally manipulated videos, and other forms of harmful content, private platforms faced growing pressure from governments and users to fix the problems.

The result a decade later is that most of our online speech now occurs in closely monitored playpens where many tens of thousands of human censors review flagged content to ensure compliance with ever-lengthier and more detailed “community standards” (or some equivalent). More and more, this human monitoring and censorship is supported—or replaced—by sophisticated computer algorithms. The firms use these tools to define acceptable forms of speech and other content on their platforms, which in turn sets the effective boundaries for a great deal of speech in the U.S. public forum."

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https://www.msn.com/en-ph/news/technolo ... r-BB13cgdp

https://www.msn.com/en-ph/news/technology/internet-speech-will-never-go-back-to-normal/ar-BB13cgdp

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Has there been any thought to ditching the Like/Dislike feature?

Maybe it’s just me but I feel the BT community began to take on a more negative tone after that feature was introduced.


Had to dislike that post

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I see so few dislikes and don't use them myself that I got the opposite impression of the "like" feature.

To me it creates a lot of goodwill.

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The beechlist didn't have all the fancy features, but I miss it.


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I see so few dislikes and don't use them myself that I got the opposite impression of the "like" feature.

To me it creates a lot of goodwill.


Likes are free; Dislikes are severely limited; so, the “likes” you see are artificially inflated.

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The beechlist didn't have all the fancy features, but I miss it.


Was never on the Beechlist but one thing I've really appreciated here is members' willingness to share pictures of their planes, their kids, their SOs, their trips, their cats/dogs, and even themselves.


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Hello all,

Proud owner of N5974S, the most well equipped Super Musketeer,A23-24, that I am aware of. Will add pics later. Now in the market for a Debonair.

It is a pleasure to be here,
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Hello all,

Proud owner of N5974S, the most well equipped Super Musketeer,A23-24, that I am aware of. Will add pics later. Now in the market for a Debonair.

It is a pleasure to be here,
R. Bearden

And we are delighted to have you here!!

Only problem is, your first post was put in the Covid-19 section in a discussion topic that would not be the best for introductions. I personally have no issue with it and I'm sure others will feel the same way, but there are better places for such a post.

There is an entire section for Single Engine Beechcraft models here: viewforum.php?f=2

Post your introduction message there. You'll get a lot of engagement.

Welcome! :cheers:

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Thank you for all that you do and all that you have done. You have provided us all with an incredible resource. This platform is filled with very experienced and knowledgeable pilots. It is the best library in the world.
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What's the blue triangle enclosing an exclamation point, at the top of a post?

"View at your own risk"? Anonymous tattling? Warning to the poster?


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What's the blue triangle enclosing an exclamation point, at the top of a post?

"View at your own risk"? Anonymous tattling? Warning to the poster?

Screen shot?

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Some programs use it to indicate a file that will soon expire and/or be erased. Are the Jeffs using the same nomenclature to indicate a temporary thread?

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