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  # 813424 8-May-2013 07:03
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  # 813432 8-May-2013 07:37
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its off topic simple as that to me. I agree with johnr it really isn't worth an answer (no offence to OP)




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jeffnz: its off topic simple as that to me. I agree with johnr it really isn't worth an answer (no offence to OP)


Sok Just asking thats all




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  # 813646 8-May-2013 12:56
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GeoffisPure: I have often thought a forum for websites (or internet content) in general would be a good idea. It does seem to be lacking.


do you want to elaborate a bit on that concept?


All I mean is a general forum named something like "Internet"  where people could post any questions they have about any website.  "Check out this website"  or "Has anyone bought from xyz.com?"  or "What plugin do I need to view this website" or the thread about wheedle, or any new website  etc.

Currently, putting all topics about the internet in general (unless it relates to a specific ISP or technology) in off-topic seems silly to me.

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jeffnz: its off topic simple as that to me. I agree with johnr it really isn't worth an answer (no offence to OP)


I like it how people offend someone then say no offence . 

Rather than a dedicated Trade Me forum, maybe 'online trading' would be better. 

People could give hot buying tips ... woohoo.



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jeffnz: its off topic simple as that to me. I agree with johnr it really isn't worth an answer (no offence to OP)


I like it how people offend someone then say no offence . 

Rather than a dedicated Trade Me forum, maybe 'online trading' would be better. 

People could give hot buying tips ... woohoo.




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  # 813888 8-May-2013 19:08
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GeoffisPure: Currently, putting all topics about the internet in general (unless it relates to a specific ISP or technology) in off-topic seems silly to me.


There's no demand for it.  If we had a topic for everything we'd have hundreds of the damned things.

 
 
 
 


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Less is more!

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