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Slashdot Scoring

xmousex (661995) writes | more than 10 years ago

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Since I removed all score filtering in my preferences, I now enjoy slashdot much better. I like reading everyones comments, especially the silly ones. Mainly because my office is so quiet and I like to witness the noise an unfiltered discussion makes. It also seems that far to many posts are modded lower for political reasons and not for the value of the information contained within.

Since I removed all score filtering in my preferences, I now enjoy slashdot much better. I like reading everyones comments, especially the silly ones. Mainly because my office is so quiet and I like to witness the noise an unfiltered discussion makes. It also seems that far to many posts are modded lower for political reasons and not for the value of the information contained within.

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