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Speak Up On CrowdHall If You’re Tired Of Fiscal Cliffs And How Government Runs
Jan10

Speak Up On CrowdHall If You’re Tired Of Fiscal Cliffs And How Government Runs

I’m willing to bet that most of us are tired of hearing about fiscal cliffs and sick over the way our government functions. Too little sway with leaders, too many unfulfilled promises, too much money spent and too few results, not enough cooperation between parties, not enough representation of different…

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Angry.net – A place to go where it is okay to just be angry

Who do you hate? I really wanted to stop and think about it, who is that one person or that one group of people that every time you think about them, read about them or see them you feel like you’re going to explode with rage. Okay, now that you have that person or that group in your mind, think about all of the rude, grumpy, unfriendly and all around non-politically correct things you would like to say about them, but were too...

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Disembl.com – Clear Online Discussions

Discussing something on Facebook or Twitter is interesting for the first couple of messages. After that, things get blurry very quickly indeed, and people who come across any discussion that’s got more than 40 or 50 comments can get lost pretty fast. I think that the problem lies in how much you have to scroll up and down just to recollect what someone had previously said, and understand why he’s getting any particularly...

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FootballTweeps.com – Discuss Football Online

Fewer and fewer people each day go to forums to discuss these things they’re passionate about. They go to sites like this one instead, where discussions are done by using tweets, and where everything happens in real time. It makes for much livelier discussions, as you don’t have to refresh a page every ten seconds to see if someone has replied to anything you’ve posted. And it gives you a much clearer understanding...

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Tribalfish.com – Discuss Your Tweets

Twitter is great for getting things off your chest, but the real value it can have for conducting organized discussions is certainly open to question. The speed at which opinions are posted means that it’s hard to keep track of all that’s been said regarding anything that you’ve ever tweeted. And using Twitter is so immediate and natural that people often speak their minds wantonly, with little regard for the effect...

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