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Formal AskMe Followup Posts?

Formal AskMe Followup Posts? [more inside]
posted by artlung on Jun 24, 2010 - 58 comments

Mefi Suggestion Box

Obviously we all love Metafilter or we wouldn't be here posting and reading day after day... But, if there was one thing you could change/modify about your Metafilter experience, what would it be?
posted by amyms on Oct 4, 2008 - 260 comments

Subsite For the Election?

election08.metafilter.com ? [more inside]
posted by cell divide on Feb 21, 2008 - 92 comments

Suggestions for the Answered and Unanswered tabs

Suggestions on improving the questions one finds on the 'Answered' and 'Unanswered' tabs on AskMe. [more inside]
posted by Effigy2000 on Oct 27, 2006 - 4 comments

If you don't like the post, at least tell me why.

What? Already. What are you people on about?
Can you be a more explicit in your sugestions for improving my post than just telling me it sucks? A hint, perhaps, to the nature of the suck, rather than just its degree?
posted by If I Had An Anus on Jan 31, 2006 - 51 comments

Posting recommendations.

I thought these were some great ideas from duck on how to turn a random interesting thought into a good FPP. (The now-infamous 'mushroom' FPP itself is discussed elsewhere)
posted by iffley on Nov 13, 2005 - 10 comments

I think that metafilter users should post their pictures to flickr using the tag "metafilter_user"

I think that metafilter users should post their pictures to flickr using the tag "metafilter_user". That is all.
posted by craniac on Nov 1, 2005 - 116 comments

banning serial flamers

banning serial flamers: internet community no-brainers [mi]
posted by GleepGlop on Dec 7, 2004 - 138 comments

it might be good policy

Once again, I found myself trying to follow a link to the New York Times with a username and password I'd forgotten. I wondered if it might be good policy for people to post news.google.com searches to these links instead. For example, the recent link ...
An astonishing bequest could easily have been written out as An astonishing bequest, and would not require people to log in.

posted by seanyboy on Nov 19, 2002 - 17 comments

Anyone know of any good blogs?

Anyone know of any good blogs? I'm an on/off reader of weblogs and find it difficult to be kept interested by any for more than a couple of months. I realise that bloggers have a lot to say, in the main they are articulate and opinionated, but not many seem to actually do anything with their lives.

I find that my interest in a weblog will soon wane if all that it consists of are links and opinions of books/movies/music. Are there any bloggers out there who have out-of-the-ordinary lives? Active people? Travelling people? Please let me know.

And before you comment I am in the process of setting up my own blog in my own attempt to fill a gap.
posted by makka on May 15, 2001 - 12 comments

Should we have a separate page for politics?

Would MetaFilter be improved by moving political discussions to their own community separate from the main page? I love politics, but I think these kinds of links breed like rabbits, and I sometimes wonder if I am contributing to the Free Republicazation of this site.
posted by rcade on Jan 9, 2001 - 45 comments

I really don't want to check MF one day and find a link to Mahir

Almost without exception, all the stuff I've seen posted here in the last week is stuff that has either been posted here before or has been posted everywhere else first. I have a small suggestion to help alleviate this situation: a disclaimer on the post page discouraging people to post links culled from other weblogs. That way, there will be more first-run links. I really don't want to check MF one day and find a link to Mahir. I really don't.
posted by jkottke on Mar 26, 2000 - 4 comments

How should this look?

Since the nature of posts and discussion is different here, does anyone think the display should be different than MetaFilter's index page? Instead of time-based (by date) listing of topics, I'm wondering if this area should take on a UBB-style of display (see the glassdog boards as a prime example of these), where there are subject areas, and discussion threads below that. That way, there could be a permanent area for discussion of bugs, another thread permanently dedicated to feature requests, etc., let me know what you think because it could easily be done here.
posted by mathowie on Mar 4, 2000 - 3 comments

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