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I realize this topic has nothing to do with Metafilter but, does anyone have any idea what has happened over at plastic.com? The site went dead on Tuesday night and I have been unable to get any information? Apologize about this, but would appreciate any information. Thanks in advance.
posted by MAYORBOB
on Sep 25, 2003 -
Haven't yet registered at that other site
? Plastic.com's own Carl Steadman
is running a special promotional offer
for MeFi addicts: sign up with your MeFi username and receive, for the low-low price of free, 10 karma and 10 mod points.
Now the question remains: What can Matt offer Plastic.com users in return? Perhaps registration itself is enough of an incentive.
posted by nathan_teske
on Jul 15, 2002 -
by Nick Sweeney in Kottke.org about the differences between Plastic and Metafilter. (This is probably too obvious a link, But I thought there must be at least some people here who haven't seen this)
posted by justlooking
on May 14, 2002 -
I know this has been discussed before
, but I think it might be interesting to say that some part of France still can't access MeFi and are redirected to Plastic
instead. (more inside, hopefully)
posted by XiBe
on Dec 18, 2001 -
Apologies if this is the wrong venue, I can't think of another place to ask:
"Just give us a couple of days" said Plastic as they went offline about a week and a half ago. Anyone know if they're over and done with?? :(
posted by BentPenguin
on Dec 11, 2001 -
has been down for at least the last 30 minutes... Their web servers respond, but with a blank HTML document. (I didn't think this warranted a front-page post, but it might if this goes on for much longer.)
posted by waxpancake
on Jul 18, 2001 -
does anyone get a redirect to plastic.com when they hit mefi? i've just started working at a copy place that starts with kink and ends with o's, and when i try to access mefi at work i get sent to plastic.com.
posted by sugarfish
on May 17, 2001 -
overheard in the plastic.com
"Ok kids, it's redesign time! I say we reduce the slashdottedness by... oh, say 12%, and increase the weblog/metafilter look by 28%."
posted by mathowie
on Apr 24, 2001 -
Directly arising from a thread that I posted on Metafilter about the pill and its effect on mate choice, another question arrives inexorably - I found the article in question via Plastic.com
- which as we all know is the 'Metafilter it's not
OK to like'. I suppose this is an issue of etiquette or policy - is it appropriate to post stories for discussion here which have already been covered there?
posted by barbelith
on Feb 27, 2001 -