I know the images on Tumblr are linked to the RECords here; but I still find it oddly dismissive not to mention the artist's name along with the title.
Dear younger self,
You are no doubt surprised to hear from me, as you already realize that I don't give shit about you, just like you don't give shit about me. What you don't know, though, is that your anger issues are going to grow to the point where your need for vengeance will outweigh your laziness and indifference.
That said, Sarah dies in season three; and Jack and Susan never get together.
Believe it or not, it is currently possible to embed images in text RECords if you enter the img tag by hand.
And I think it would be really neat if we had an official option to do that with all media types (at least site intern). ReRECs could look much more interesting; and imagine you could illustrate short stories, even with GIFs, and build in music pieces the text mentions, or whatever else people would come up with.
For technical reasons, your child does not have an Undo function. This necessitates careful consideration of possible consequences before entering commands or making modifications to its operating system in order to prevent significant damage and permanent malfunction.
How about a section where visitors (and users) can browse finished, community curated art, rather than rummage through piles of bits and pieces that may or may not be useful for something or other but aren't very meaningful in themselves?
Would it be possible to provide a short written summary of Town Hall replies? Video on this site can put quite a strain on slow connections; and written English might be easier to comprehend for the many non-native speakers in the community.
All the world living in peace, without hunger and diseases - pretty much the epitome of an impossible dream. I just thought that might be worth looking into, maybe finding people who actively work towards that goal and examples of attempts in the past... the impossibilities are endless.
Can we please have an alternative to endless-scrolling? Older computers don't take kindly to that.
As we keep the rights to our RECords, we can generally use them wherever else we want - as long as we haven't REmixed anyone else's work. In that case, we'd need every contributor's agreement just to post them on another site, which can be quite a hassle.
To make that easier (especially with concepts like Mark's spotify idea in mind), would it perhaps be possible to add a checkbox on the release page allowing us to give (or not give) permission for (non-commercial) off-site use?
I'm digging up an older idea of mine here that I think could go a long ways to alleviate some of the biggest problems with the site functionality. There have been many attempts to address issues with findability/visibility and organization in a great number of collabs, which all have one major problem: they just disappear in the general chaos.
So, how about creating a one-stop portal from where anything else can be accessed, and that everyone who cares could link to on their feature page? Here's how I think it could work: