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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by lipton, Feb 12, 2011.
I follow Gargoyle!
How about you?
I haven't yet fully groked this follow thing. Gotta try to understand what it all means.
I do see in the chat box when you are online, do you see me?
I also have to learn about the chatrooms- I've never tried them before. I just looked in one, it seems you can't scroll back and see posts from before you joined, and the text size is too small on my laptop.
Sounds good to me
What the heck. Let's see where this leads [Cyber Stalker Smilie]
He will show us the way
Ah, on your profile page it lists everyone you're following and everyone who follows you.
"following" does sound a wee bit like stalking...
Don't say wee please!
Are you stalking me?
Hey I am a cat - it is what we do!
the chat function is odd for me, because the window blocks the post reply and upload a file buttons. I wish it could detach and float. makes it hard to chat and post at the same time. I should mention this in the beta forum.
I follow one of my favorite posters of all times - Dovster.
Now I am following you, lipton, because I like your posts!
And here I always thought he was a poseur, not a poster.
Of course, he thinks I'm a monster statue (Pesel Mfletchet)
Minimise by clicking the small horizontal line OR by clicking on the handle on the bar at the bottom. When you have a new message there is a beep.
No, but I am following you.
Right, but then you have to keep doing that all the time. On FB you can just leave it open, it's not in the way.
Pretty impressive, having the heiress of a multi-billion-dollar Tea fortune stalking (um, following) you
He may not be, but I am.
Thus demonstrating excellent taste.
I decided to follow gargoyle as well. He is closer to my time zone.
Follow him wherever heeeeee may goooooo...
The follow thing is groky to me to (thanks for a new word). Do I need to keep looking behind myself? I appreciate the interest - I'll have to experience for awhile to get the idea. It's probably pretty clear that I don't do social media although I have a passing acquaintance with the ideas, so, I'll give this a try.
The word grok is from Heinlein's classic 1961 science fiction book, "Stranger in a Strange Land".
showing your age?
I groked your grok reference. Pretty interesting book, though like many of Heinlein's, very different.