In my Notifications menu there's a notification of a new comment in "5-Symptoms of a RAM Problem and How to Fix It" When I click on the link it takes me to:
https://turbofuture.com/computers/5-Sym … t-16802526
and it looks just like HubPages but I'm not logged in.
It is one of HubPages new niche sites. You have to sign in using your HP username and password.
You had left several comments in that hub over the past three years, so you are following it and getting notifications whenever anyone else comments. That hub was recently moved to TurboFuture, one of the new niche sites.
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I have no interest whatsoever in keeping up with the latest news and changes in HP's weekly newsletter. If I was making money or even if I was being treated equitably, then perhaps.
I keep up with the latest news expressly to discover the new ways in which they are going to treat me less equitably.
I have seen. You are respected per reply (what a mess), it's not right. I hope for number systems.
Calculus, I guess it's better to know what's coming before it smacks you in the figurative face.
I have a computer programming language hub that is perfect for TurboPast. Then again, I've seen other old programming languages on TurboFuture, so maybe my hub could go there as well? Hint. Hint. Hint.
A long shot, since HP has no reason to even look at this thread.
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