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Does this actually turn up anywhere?

Howie (4244) writes | more than 12 years ago

User Journal 0

After reading some fascinating threads here , here and here about Slashdot's moderation, and the apparent abuses of power (both moderation and anonymity) by Slashdot editors, I kept seeing mentions of the Journal system, and how it would allow you to discuss such things 'on-topic'.

After reading some fascinating threads here , here and here about Slashdot's moderation, and the apparent abuses of power (both moderation and anonymity) by Slashdot editors, I kept seeing mentions of the Journal system, and how it would allow you to discuss such things 'on-topic'.

Where does this message show up? I don't think anyone gets to see it without looking up my page explicity. The 'journals' link on my personal page only lets me search for a journal by username, assuming I know the usernames of some of the other 100000 /. posters.

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