Print Story How to solve the Kuro5hin problem
First Kuro5hin has a problem, and we are all aware of what it is, I need not go into details. Actually it has many problems, but we all know what they are.

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Print Story The Internet makes you stupid: How I got to where I am.
By coryking (Thu Apr 27, 2006 at 12:04:06 PM EST) kuro5hin, Dr. Martino Cortez PhD, adequacy, slashdot, my life (all tags)
There is something innate about the internet that, if not careful, can make you stupid.

I've been doing this internet thing since it was something you'd have to dial into with your 9600 baud modem.  Before the internet, when I was a 14-year-old kid, I would spend hours, if not days sitting around a 16 color monitor with my friend and operate his Renegade BBS.  It didn't help that he had call waiting that his dad would not let him disable.  It also didn't help his modem was a 2400 baud modem in the days of 9600 baud.

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Print Story MLP: "Practical democracy for the 21st century"
By gpig (Tue Feb 28, 2006 at 03:54:47 AM EST) mlp, democracy, kuro5hin, gpig (all tags)
The fuss about lowering the voting age, and other reforms of the political process, reminded me of this:

Worth a read if you didn't catch it the first time round.

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Print Story I was referred here by the esteemed HAND.
By NoMoreNicksLeft (Fri Feb 10, 2006 at 05:36:29 AM EST) kuro5hin, trolling, database (all tags)
It seems he took offense to my reporting one of his more imbecilic dupes. Words were exchanged. Tempers flared. In the end, he said that K5 would remain the mess that it is now, and that he felt compelled to to do his part to make sure that was the case. Then he politely bid me adeiu and suggested I come here.

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