Here is a list of all the postings Daniel has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: HELP WITH OILCAN OILER - MADE IN ENGLAND|
Also on the woodworking forum.
But, fair enough, I think the guy is casting his net wide, in the hope of
getting some info.
|Thread: NEW SCAM|
Just don't answer calls of unknown origin.
|Thread: Holders to use the obtuse corners of C* inserts.|
JB Cutting Tools
|Thread: What about a "like" button on the forum?|
|Thread: Mery Christmas Everybody|
A very Merry Poly Denominational Mid Winter Festivity (AKA Christmas), to each and everyone one of you.
The forum remains to be a haven of sanity in these turbulent times, thanks to everyone on here, and made possible by the dedication of the few.
Take the good, and the lessons, of the past, and keep looking forward.
All the very best,
Edited By Daniel on 25/12/2020 08:49:04
|Thread: Applause 4 Arc|
I'm not usually one for this type of thread but,
Arc€urotrade have absolutely astonished me, this time.
Following Ketan's recent thread regarding Euro sales, I thought
I would also slip in a small order before the dreaded date.
Just to add to his workload, if you follow me
I placed the order on Saturday afternoon, and it's arrived this morning
I live in deep rural France.
Well done ARC.
|Thread: My workshop improvements|
Nice idea for a thread Steve.
I'll get some photos of my space.
|Thread: Electric vehicles|
|Thread: Plans for updating the archaic forum?|
I also feel the need to add;
If it ain't broke don't fix it.
Yes, it's not the most flamboyant glittering software out there, but it does work in so far as we need it to.
Change for the sake of change is what has brought our world to what it has become.
BE VERY AWARE
Edited By Daniel on 11/11/2020 20:29:02
|Thread: Grumpy old men|
+1 for that.
It really irritates me
When people say "I got something for free".
Or worse: "I won it for free off of ...."
Edited By Daniel on 11/10/2020 08:54:33
|Thread: Please Avoid Political and Partisan Issues|
|Thread: Taking Leave|
That sounds like a better plan Andrew.
Full concurrence with the above sentiments from me also.
Have a break, then come back.
Look after yourself
|Thread: How to Delete your account and Delete Profile|
I think you're absolutely right.
To try and attain internet invisibility would also require no-one mentioning your name, anywhere.
In my friend's case, no newspaper articles about training goats and no itinerant yourt camps .
The simple reality is, these days, it would be extremely difficult to not be picked up by one or other
Perhaps one would have to behave like the man who makes no mistakes ?
It's a development of live, for better or for worse, that we probably have to adapt to, methinks.
Having read your two threads on the subject, i would like to offer the following kindly advice;
Just Stop Posting
While you continue to create new threads, and participate in them, you are keeping yourself
at the forefront of visibility to Bots and Algorithms, who will do their jobs and maintain your
visible presence on the web. They will continue to announce your presence and, in their desire
to be a seen as a diligent Bot/Algorithm, will continue to return to you with relevant search
results and your personalised advertising.
Any notion we may harbour, as to our personal invisibilty or anonymity these days, is long
gone, I'm afraid.
As an example, I have a good friend who is "conducting" an ongoing experiment with just this.
He has no internet, no mobile phone, etc and very little contact with the outside world. He has nothing
to hide (AFAIK), but only wishes to be left alone, so to speak.
While writing this post, I thought I would have a quick look, by typing his Christian name and
the name of his Parish into Google. Found him immediately, with photos !!
The best advice, which has already been given, is to just move on.
That way, you will just melt away out of sight more quickly.
|Thread: Scaling back forum activity|
I would, sadly, agree to your sentiments Jack.
His behaviour is horribly underhand.
I wouldn't vote for a deletion though, personally.
Let people have their say.
"Give a man enough rope, etc...."
Okay, but it would be naive to think that such a commercially driven forum (for all it's positive attributes), should ignore conflicts of interest with it's paying advertisers. Without which niether the magazine, nor this forum would exist.
Personally, I still find the balance to be quite reasonable, all things considered.
I also feel it important to support Neil and Jason in the sterling work they do, often in difficult circumstances.
My apologies, if this post lacks relevance.
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