Given recent events in the news
, how safe is Metafilter from foreign cybersaboteurs?
posted by Renoroc
on Feb 19, 2013 -
Is there a government shutdown thread I'm missing somewhere? I've looked in AskMe and haven't noted anything on the blue. Is it being considered newsfilter? [more inside]
posted by infini
on Apr 8, 2011 -
While the Egypt FPP
ended with the question "Will America support Egyptian democracy?", perhaps we could separate historical hair splitting about what America has
done for other countries and what America is
doing concerning Egypt. [more inside]
posted by notion
on Jan 30, 2011 -
So its against MF policy now to point out that the the Internet is available outside the USA? - If you remove all the meta commentary who does the OP learn? [more inside]
posted by mary8nne
on Oct 15, 2010 -
Alright, this is just lame
-- I asked a very specific
question related to the election and it got deleted. I wanted to find a capsule summary of how Rush and Hannity were playing post-election as Wednesday programming opened. If my post is considered too redundant or inflammatory, fine, but telling me to go listen to the radio is kind of callous and rude. I said I missed
the coverage and as it is, out where I live I don't even know if we get the shows. You all don't have to repost it; but I'm just kind of teed off.
posted by stam_broker
on Nov 8, 2006 -
Maybe that's enough US tax stuff on AskMe now? I mean, seriously.
posted by reklaw
on Apr 13, 2006 -
There are 32 instances of the word Bush on the MeFi front page. How about we start http://bush.metafitler.com? Or maybe just take over BushFilter
posted by armoured-ant
on Oct 8, 2004 -
MetaFilter is an American weblog. Europeans here, whether British or continental, are mere tokens. Perhaps we should all give up the international pretense. The truth is that MetaFilter, for those of us not lucky (or, to be frank, unluckly) enough to live in the U.S. or Canada, is fast becoming a domestic concern with an ever-decreasing regard for what happens in the (enormous) rest of the world. Whereas (the few remaining) Europeans here are curious about America, Americans here seem boringly and predictably obsessed with themselves. Is isolationism the growing trend on this board? It certainly seems so. Say the word, by the way, and you can have it all to yourselves, no hard feelings.
It is not a good idea but it's a stone's throw away...
posted by MiguelCardoso
on Aug 15, 2004 -
American attitudes on the net... [more inside]
posted by twine42
on Mar 6, 2003 -