Comment to 'Goodbye, Facebook and your useless results. [UPDATED]'
  • Yes, and Dolphin allowed me to work in this direction and I did exactly what you describe with some success thanks to its great versatility just have a good idea, after just playing with the Swiss Army Knife to evolve.

    But ... he's getting old Dolphin. You know, when I play a week with UNA, and I come back to Dolphin, I feel like I've been in the past for ten years.

    In fact, UNA is a young horse that I want to bet on. If I look at the work you've done over a year, I think it can quickly become a real racehorse.

    It's hard to keep from taking Facebook as an example, but where will Facebook be in ten years? Who can answer this question? You may be surprised.

    All mountains have a summit. In addition, you can see that we are entering an exponential speed in the air of mass surveillance, do not you think that one day people will overdose?

    I believe, then virality, push, sharing, yes maybe but without abuse, a middle ground, neither too much nor too little, yes very well, but ...

    I remind you that a European directive foresees to prohibit notifications activated by default.

    My opinion is that it is not necessary to bet on all this for the future.

    Two ways of seeing things.

    1. Build a very interesting, intelligent, pleasant, honest site, make people want to come and see what happens there, forgetting to make them feel at home.

    2. Make a site like it already exist, thousands, and do ding ding every 30 seconds on their smarphones to remind them that it exists.

    So, if I helped you to chase the bugs lately, it's because I think you're going to provide me with a tool that will allow me to go in the direction of the first hypothesis.