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My last post was about Cent's YouTube Embed Issue.
That, by and large, is the worst part of Cent.
Which, frankly, is pretty cool and good, overall, considering. However, there's another site, Honest.cash, that goes far above and beyond the nice features that exist here:
1. I can right-click posts and see multiple posts at once, rather than being forced to only see one post at a time.
Most active users and most tipped users added on honest.whotipped.it .
No, I'm not being censored (Or am I? Doubtfully.).
The "Broadcasting…" just never ends.
I wanted to follow and respond to Ahsan4:
"Trying it out.
I couldn't do either.
I wanted to post:
Fuck I erased it when I copy-pasted that other stuff.
I was talking about this issue in a memo, and it wo...
@Ezincrypto on Cent asked me if I made a post about memo.cash.
While I have, it's been a while since I've made a post about all the social networks I use… and, well, that whole thing could use a bit of an update.
About a month ago I was trying to stretch my testing at around 16-ish social networks, interconnecting and using all of them, which was exhausting, but incredibly interesting.
Few weeks ago I created a small website whotipped.it for memo users. Now I'm glad to present you a new version honest.whotipped.it for honest.cash users.
For this discussion and probably many others:
"If you think libertarianism is stupid, you should support our project, because if we go out there and buy this piece of land and set our non-country and it turns into horrible mess, you'll have something you can point to and say,
'See what happens when we don't have a government?
Well that didn't work.
From the video description:
The video I did this with
Short mobile upload keyport trailer
Immutable comment section for these videos
[It doesn't even work as a link.](Hey! Checkout blog post on eSteem! esteem://keyport/@somethingsea/unlisted-youtube-about-keyport-on-memo-beb805f605e2c)
Here's the steem...
I recently made a post that I've cross-posted on a number of platforms, including here. I've spoken highly of the easy ability to use hyperlinking on this platform. However, I found with that last post hyperlinked in the first sentence, that I cannot, as I can on Weku (and steemit for that matter), put all of the links on the same line, without them all defaulting to the last link that I make.
I mean, it's a cool name and all… but wouldn't it be ironic if honest.cash was dishonest? It's so hard to not think of a used car salesman and "Honest Auto" as being their signage. Hopefully honest.cash lives up to its name.
But I'm not going to assume that.
I mean, look at how YOUtube went.
I mean, I'm obviously not asking for dishonest.cash.
I just… the word "honest" as bein...