I still dont get it .....
If someone wanted help from a certain member, then whats the difference between sending a PM and "tagging"....?
In the end it comes down to the same: you send them a message..?
Or am I really missing something here?
You say (or I believe you say/mean this) tagging is easier because you dont need to write a long message? But I dont get that.. When you have a question , you pos this question and thus you allready write it.. So whats the problem in copy and past this in a pm or send a short PM to someone that might be able to help...?
Well maybe I am seeing it all wrong, I dont know sh*it about tagging, facebook, twitter or whatever..
BTW: twitter? I still dont get it. Why would anyone want to know what famous person X ate last night or that famous person Y crapped his pants yesterday? Really.. I dont get it.
Do you need to pay for receiving those messages anyway? If you read them on your phone? (can you read those message on the internet too btw?)
I think you do not need to tag casandra - she is following everything that goes on in this forum
@ pito: But wasn't there the function "view members post" when you visit the persons profile? So you can stalk casey easily and follow her expertise
I do not like this tagging stuff - quickly loosing track with such functions, probably too old to learn all this fancy new stuff
This is still possible: you can still check the posts made by a certain member.
And about the moderators: isnt it normally like this: "the ones that dont ask for it, get it, the ones that do ask, are never getting it" or "look and you will not find, dont look and its right in front of your nose" ?
Or maybe they are just scared of casandra...
BTW: I hardly ever notice any problems on the forum.. so either their arent a lot of problems and thus no need to have many (new) mods or the mods are doing a great job getting rid of the problems, so again: no need for a new moderator.. So either way: casandra is "not needed" (as a mod).
Ah, you cant beat logic, can you
Edited by pito, 22 April 2011 - 03:04 AM.