Requesting Feedback on This Hub: The Philosophy of the Coronavirus

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    Maximuseposted 15 months ago

    Hello,

    I just published this article, Any feedback?

    https://hubpages.com/education/The-Phil … s-COVID-19

    1. theraggededge profile image98
      theraggededgeposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Hi there,

      The video doesn't work (playback disabled on other sites). So remove the link and the actual video.

      I dispute your claim of "In the eighties, television became active in human life." We've been watching TV since the late 50s and early 60s.

      Do a thorough proofread to pick up unintentional errors, such as, "The American Congress and Senate had recently did hearing of Facebook..."

      As far as the content is concerned, I have to say I am confused and bemused. Who among the average adult population has sent a friend request to a stranger and had 'sex-chat' with them? People do it, I know, but as a percentage of the population, I would be surprised if it were over 1%. And if people do this, they are actually conversing with a FaceBook employee. Really? Have you got proof? These are wild claims - be prepared to back them up.

      So Covid 19 and Mark Zuckerberg are both viruses? And MZ is a bat? Okay. Now I can't stand MZ or Facebook but this is a stretch. I don't think people will take this seriously. You haven't explained the link between them - if there is one.

      The article is too short, given that you are discussing the 'philosophy' of a global pandemic. I would have expected a lot more detailed and factual analysis.

      Are you sure you want to publish this?

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        Maximuseposted 15 months agoin reply to this

        Well, there is a Charlierose.com link there. That link explains about 50% of my idea.

        https://charlierose.com/videos/8454

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        Rembrainposted 15 months agoin reply to this
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    Maximuseposted 15 months ago

    "The future of this virus will be the same as that of SIV virus, HIV virus, SARS virus, Ebola virus. It will continue to exist; we would just forget that it had existed. But this virus would have left a strong impact on the Internet world, and netizenships around the world."

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    Maximuseposted 15 months ago

    "As far as the content is concerned, I have to say I am confused and bemused. Who among the average adult population has sent a friend request to a stranger and had 'sex-chat' with them? People do it, I know, but as a percentage of the population, I would be surprised if it were over 1%. And if people do this, they are actually conversing with a FaceBook employee. Really? Have you got proof? These are wild claims - be prepared to back them up."


    Facebook can buy online text posting services from various vendors. There are various vendors worldwide, who keep online communities active, by providing texting services. Amazon Web Services also does the same thing. If you are interested, do a search 'online community text posting jobs', that would do it.

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    Maximuseposted 15 months ago

    There are so many countries in the world. And in all those countries, many species of animals are found, species of animals that Americans have not seen.

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    Maximuseposted 15 months ago

    American life is work~active. Everybody is working. Unless you are working, you can not have a life in America.

    This is not the case in Asia, in Africa, in parts of South America. There, you can have a life, by mooching off your old parent's (the male parent) pension. This is one species: the pension moocher. There are other types of animals as well. There are many!

    These animals may spend a whole day(s) exploring the Graph Search on Facebook, and sending yellow colored hair damsels friend-requests. Facebook had been fulfilling their dreams.

  6. theraggededge profile image98
    theraggededgeposted 15 months ago

    Did you want feedback, or not?

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      Maximuseposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you for your feed~back! big_smile

      1. theraggededge profile image98
        theraggededgeposted 15 months agoin reply to this

        You seem familiar. Did you recently get banned?

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          Maximuseposted 15 months agoin reply to this

          For what?

          1. theraggededge profile image98
            theraggededgeposted 15 months agoin reply to this

            I don't know, I don't ban people, Sairay.

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              Maximuseposted 15 months agoin reply to this

              Then we are on the same page.

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    Maximuseposted 15 months ago

    I delete my HubPages accounts frequently. I use Medium.com as my permanent writing outlet. It offers the same services as HubPages. The only drawback is that Medium.com does not have a forum community, and you can not get immediate responses and feedback, as you would get here on HubPages.

    Yes, I'm Sairay. But I'm also DasEngel, God shet, Prodio, God is in kitchen, so on and on.

    1. Al Stine profile image98
      Al Stineposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Why do you delete your Hubpages accounts frequently?
      Your English and article sense structure seems to be okay.
      -God-is-in-the-kitchen... big_smile

      1. theraggededge profile image98
        theraggededgeposted 15 months agoin reply to this

        Don't engage, it's a troll.

        1. DrMark1961 profile image95
          DrMark1961posted 15 months agoin reply to this

          Kind of a shame though. This troll writes bizarre things that have the real makings to produce forum gold threads.
          Maybe we could all learn from him; I am sure he could write a great hub on "How to Make Tinfoil Hats to Avoid COVID-19".

          1. theraggededge profile image98
            theraggededgeposted 15 months agoin reply to this

            Yep, he used to. The threads would go on forever until he got triggered and ran away. I particularly remember his DasEngel incarnation. Bizarre.

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      theraggededgeposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      big_smile big_smile big_smile

      Yep, I remember you in all your guises. Bye.

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        Maximuseposted 15 months agoin reply to this

        Take ca-re.

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    Maximuseposted 15 months ago

    There was a time, especially after the acquisition of Squidoo, when there was an air of haughtiness around HubPages. The standards of the game have been raised higher, by Medium.com.

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    Maximuseposted 15 months ago

    @Al Stine.

    There are several reasons why I frequently delete my HubPages accounts. I can mention a few examples:

    Why profile pictures have scores with them? ~HubPages can make them disappear, if they wish. Profile scores may be given when I actually visit someone's profile - not in a public thread where everyone is equal. Also, they can color~code profiles, instead of giving them scores.

    Profiles who have not uploaded their custom profile picture ~ get a head detached from body default image, provided by HubPages. HubPages may learn from YouTube regarding this matter: YouTube assigns beautiful colored backgrounds, with the initial of a profile's name/moniker.

    There are other things with HubPages, like this. I find this place electric. HubPages is good, when taken in small does. I would prefer Typepad, Microsoft SharePoint, Medium.com, etc ~ for long-term blogging experience.

    1. Al Stine profile image98
      Al Stineposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      So, basically you have an issue with how the profiles are designed and graded at Hubpages. I was told the only numbers I need to worry about here are the views, I don't really put much thought into anything else. You should probably do the same.

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        Maximuseposted 15 months agoin reply to this

        True.

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    Maximuseposted 15 months ago

    Americans do not send friend requests to complete strangers - they accept them.

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    psycheskinnerposted 15 months ago

    I you don't like accounts here, stop making them.

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      Maximuseposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      I like/love HubPages, and I would love to see every hubber succeed. But I have issues with HubPages, because the Team does not listen to suggestions.


      There is a serious lack of purpose here. This place is full of amazing talents, so much can be done with the totality of it, ~yet, the Team is clueless at times about how to utilize that.

      Big prizes do not motivate writers/authors, but small prizes do. The Team can, if they wish, give away each month a coffee mug, or a key ring, or a drawing book: to an author who writes a lovely poem, or rewrites a Shakespearean play, or rewrites the Old Testament. These are real tasks that writers would love to do.

      But the Team does not go in that line.

 
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