Omicron2's profile

January 1st, 2007
3 hours ago
Made Average Rating
110 1.10
Total Created Average Score
2 (4.28) 
Made Received
$25.00 $25.00

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most recent sites

title views votes rating creation
?PTKFGS: Robert E Lee 1,002 21 (3.43)  2007-03-24
?Socket 370 Doesn't Change Facial Expressio... 49,716 616 (4.31)  2007-01-01

highest rated sites

title views votes rating creation
?Socket 370 Doesn't Change Facial Expressio... 49,716 616 (4.31)  2007-01-01
?PTKFGS: Robert E Lee 1,002 21 (3.43)  2007-03-24

recent comments

September 23rd, 2016
Oh man, I remember when Google would do that. Reminds me of the old gnutella "keyword match" search responders which would just be malware and the title would be a repeat of whatever you searched.
September 21st, 2016
Yeah, now this is more of the YTMND I remember.
September 19th, 2016
Reply to a-d-a-m's comment on the news post Amazing Grace.
Heck, I can't even find YTMND listed under the Federated Media ad list anymore. Ads look blank (and yes, YTMND is indeed whitelisted.)
September 19th, 2016
Reply to a-d-a-m's comment on the news post Amazing Grace.
There might be a spike, but this is not going to last. I also get the feeling that site sponsorships are a "drop in the bucket" for costs, even today for hosting costs and general maintenance work.

Best thing we can hope for is for Max to breakdown the costs of ownership of the website in a fairly transparent manner so we can see just how realistic keeping it up actually is. I'd be willing to bet all of these sites take up terabytes of just storage space...

An updated news posting would be nice as well, if just to say "hi." Not all of us are fully "mentally ill," just nostalgic at seeing a piece of our lives (and online history) discussed again and to not totally fall into obscurity.
September 19th, 2016
Hmm, looks like I'll be adding this website to the archive as well. Because? Why not.