programming and human factors
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One of my favorite insights on the subject of online community is from Tom Chick : Here is something I've never articulated because I thought, perhaps naively, it was understood: The priority for participating on this forum is not the quality of the content. I ultimately don't care how smart or funny or observant you are. Those are plusses, but they're never prerequisites. The priority is on how...
What are the real world consequences to signing up for a Twitter or Facebook account through Tor and spewing hate toward other human beings? Facebook reviewed the comment I reported and found it doesn't violate their Community Standards. pic.twitter.com/p9syG7oPM1 — Rob Beschizza (@Beschizza) October 15, 2014 As far as I can tell, nothing. There are barely any online consequences, even if the...
Way back in 2007, before Stack Overflow was a glint in anyone's eye, I called software development a collaborative game . And perhaps Stack Overflow was the natural outcome of that initial thought – recasting online software development discussion into a collaborative game where the only way to "win" is to learn from each other. That was before the word gamification existed . But gamification is...