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  • I never suspected the EULA was burdomsome. I wouldn't put anything up on any public site like that if I wanted some sort of IP claim to it anyway, so I never did see the problem.

    Everybody can see a really bad picture of me over there. You have to figure out which jordan in the Perl Community I am, though... (I think there's only one, but I'm not sure.)

    I wish the forums had true comment threading. Also, there seem to be registration problems. Some people never receive the invitation and I (and others I

  • ...I still find sites like Orkut plain stupid.
    • Yes, they are. I'm being to think that's the point. On the one hand, orkut promotes unabashed name dropping and clique-forming. On the other, it's a complete waste of time. What's not to like about it? orkut's got a train-wreck quality that worth the price of admission. Did I mention the cult-like aspect? ;-=)
      • I hate orkut and its ilk too. But I disagree with your assertion that the complaints about the EULA were "nutty on the face of it." The complaints were not -- that I saw -- that orkut was going to steal our information, only that they were giving themselves the power to do so, which they were. It's nutty to say they weren't doing that. I think it's clear they didn't intend to do that, but it is what they did.