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When 'hub hopping' I always revert to the 'Classic Hopper' - does anyone else prefer the 'Classic'?
I just love to do some hub hopping but prefer to use the classic original version and wondered if I was alone in my preference.
You're not alone... I always use the 'classic' version too. I cant' make heads or tails out of the "new" Hopper.
Sometimes I do, depending on what the first Hub is about. For instance, I am not into sports so if that came up I could not rate it. Then I would revert to the classic Hopper.
Yes I can relate to that - most of the hubs I enjoy reading are creative writing types, stories, poetry, etc., and the new hub hopper doesn't really suit those kinds of hubs
All Hubs have to go through the Hopper to be rated. It is part of the QAP Process. I have seen those ones which you mentioned.
P.S. - I looked at YUKU.com and it seems to be a social site.
On the rare occasions that i hub-hop anymore, i'm with you and FFC. And at the risk of throwing out a whopping generalization--if Hub staff and/or techie designers (or whatever we call them) can over-complicate something to the point of complete obfuscation....they'l do it. I do not know what goes on above the collars down there in the New Strategies dungeons at HP. Have the two of you ever heard of YUKU.com? What a breath of fresh air! Try it.
I revert back to the Classic Hopper as well as the other one seemed to be complicated.
Why does everyone say that it was complicated? If I did not understand something I would look in my pocket dictionary or Google it.
The Examiner-1 - Google great for most things
freecampingaussie - I agree.
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