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> Anyone uses the same magic word (or MooCode) will join the same chat room.

Does it look at words used while chatting?

Otherwise it you have to "go into" them manually, then they are just like IRC channels, right?

You have to "go into" a MooCode. Indeed it's like IRC channels. The difference is that there is no action to create a channel. Any words can be associated with a chat room.

Now it says

> file.io is a project of humb.ly. It was created simply out of the joy of trying to build cool things on the internet, and we thought it may be useful for others. We take privacy very seriously and do not save any data once it has been deleted.

But going to humb.ly still doesn't really get me to trust you, there's not even any identifying info on that page. Two projects, one discontinued and one -- it seems -- novelty "religion".

It said that before, too — I was paraphrasing. "humb.ly" is a more trustable name than, say, "Megaupload", but they can say whatever they want.

What I want is some assurance like "The EFF has complete read-access to our platform and maintains a continuous independent audit of these services to verify that we comply with our own privacy assurances." The EFF is probably not the organization to do such a thing, but that's kind of what I'm looking for.

Humb.ly also makes park.io where the domain file.io is from.

I didn't even know there was a gmail contact list, but after looking around I found it.

There is no site on earth I can think of that would be relevant for all of my contacts which as everything from work-related, product related, friends, past friends and random people I don't even know.

I will only assume that this is the case for most people. And with that I struggle to see anyone using this button, care to elaborate? Maybe I am the only one that never looked at his contact list before.

Pretty cool, I like GUIs even though I can handle a terminal just fine so I'd be a perfect candidate for this app.

Can it upload them to some FTP server instead of S3? Does it have some 'draft' support? The design is a bit .. non top notch.


You can jailbreak and use the "WiFi Passwords" app.


Couldn't all of this be solved by having the numbers open but only internal to the company?


I think someone made something that could fill the calendar with stuff, most notably letters, mere days after they introduced in on github.


I've used RES for years, just turned it off yesterday. The only thing I noticed was the inline things and 'ctrl + b' not working when bolding something. Autoload on scroll as well but that was even annoying at times.


Not sure, but git it probably nothing you should throw at beginners.




Well, I'm not too sure - GitHub is part of how we roll in 2015, right? Git based version control with that is part of our culture now --> social programming :)

Edit: OK so Jan Lenhardt's thoughts on this: "I'd stay away from it" https://twitter.com/janl/status/621667609986076672 http://writing.jan.io/2012/07/22/jsfab.html



What's the point of the animating label? Seems like there's a good amount of space anyway below it.

Also, the submit button jumps left when I write something.

Chrome Version 43.0.2357.132 (64-bit)


>> What's the point of the animating label?

It's a default behavior of textarea in Materialize CSS. I will try to fix it later.

>> the submit button jumps left when I write something.

Thank you, it's because of "length" attribute in the bottom left corner of text area. I'll try to fix it soon.



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