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please get a profule

jillybean  Dec 22, 2014

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*profile*        

jillybean  Dec 22, 2014
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*profile*        

jillybean  Dec 22, 2014
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As soon as there is a facebook register button (which isn't hard to implement).

Guest Dec 22, 2014
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thanks for your response anon.

There used to be a facebook register button but it was taken away.  Why do you want that for?

Melody  Dec 22, 2014
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Well not just for me I think it's a lot more convenient for a lot of people even if there are not many fields to fill in. On top of that the website could get more information of the user without them having to fill it in.

Guest Dec 22, 2014
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You are not asked for any info - it is dead quick and simple.

All you need is a username and a password and that is it! 

Melody  Dec 22, 2014
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Well facebook button is just a click and you are in :) I know it's not much to just type your name and password but it's something that keeps a lot of people away. People are registering everywhere nowadays and after 100 times of registering 4 fields to fill in becomes a problem. People are getting lazy so you can't stop that. All I'm saying is if this site wants more registered people they should put the facebook button there since most people are already logged into facebook they just have to click the button and not remember the login information for yet another site that is added to their list.

Guest Dec 22, 2014
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Speaking for myself I have no need of more registered people.

I mean I think people get a slightly better deal if they are registered, (they get preferential treatment) and it is nice to get to know people but we already have more questions than we can comfortably cope with so if people find it to much trouble or like to be anonymous it really doesn't matter.

It is better for users to be registered because their questions are automatically stored in a personal watchlist so that they do not get 'lost' and they have full access to the message system which is very handy.  Off hand I think that they are the main benefits.  :)

Melody  Dec 22, 2014
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Well if you do decide to do it the old-fashioned way, here’s a list of recommended user names. Some of these are already in use, either directly or by implied personality. I am sure there is at least one that will work for you.

 

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/help-me_37#r4

 

You can always add “Lazy” as a prefix or suffix.

Nauseated  Dec 22, 2014
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If you have been a frequent visitor to this forum you will know that nauseated is just our resident troll.

We keep him muzzled so that he can't actually bite anybody but he does like to snarl a lot.

Just ignore him.

Oh that is another good reason for becoming a member.

It is much quicker and easier to post questions plus you can edit your posts if something is incorrect and under certain circumstances you can delete your post if you want to.    :)

Melody  Dec 22, 2014
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Well it will be hard for you to keep up with (or even get close to) http://math.stackexchange.com/ if you don't make an example out of them ;) I am a web developer so I am just looking at it on a user accessibility way, not from my own perspective only. I don't care what you do with it it's just an advice. It's really hard to find this website (I found it true a calculator) and the domain name is just terrible so you guys have a lot there going on for you but that would be a nice start.

Guest Dec 22, 2014
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Oh and your resident troll really could work on better names. I mean birdbrain? Really?

Guest Dec 22, 2014
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What did you send me off to Stack Exchange for?

Like I said - I don't want this site to be found more easily.  We are big enough already :)

Plus the owner of the site is rarely present so, for the main part, what we have is how it is going to stay.

I have enjoyed chatting with you though.  

I am sure our troll will take you comment under advisement.  LOL 

Melody  Dec 22, 2014
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I mean birdbrain? Really?

 

Birdbrain was my second choice for you. knuckle-dragger was the first choice. Knuckle-draggers often have sore fingers, so it’s difficult to type –it fits your complaint.

 

If you post more often, I may zero in a better name. Most like to choose their own though.

 

PS don’t forget the prefix or suffix.

Nauseated  Dec 22, 2014
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I am a web developer . . .

 

You are a web developer that wants to sign in through Facebook?

That’s like a vegan who wants to work at a slaughterhouse. There is just something odd about that.

Nauseated  Dec 22, 2014
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See I told you - he likes to growl a lot.  How many forums are there like ours?  

I am rather fond of our troll but he does have to be reined in sometimes.  LOL 

Melody  Dec 22, 2014
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Those are like old people insult words. Come on go behind your limits use something more offensive you seem to be someone who has never seen and ever will see a p***y besides your moms, and will end up going back in it too when you find out nobody else wants to be a part of your little rod.

Guest Dec 22, 2014
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Spend some time on writing your "trolls posts" this "math site" is your only life anyway.

Guest Dec 22, 2014
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Young studs, like you, would know all about little rods. You probably excel at finding them on line and in person.

 

Is the “To Catch a Predator” site part of your portfolio?

Nauseated  Dec 22, 2014
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OK guys stop arguing

jillybean  Dec 22, 2014

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