[Summit] interest in a forum?
adiff11 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 12 14:37:06 CDT 2016
That's very strange. I belong to NextDoor here in Oakland Beach, Warwick,
and I've never been asked for private info or credit card.
On Jun 12, 2016 10:19 AM, "Schmeling, Thomas A." <tschmeling at ric.edu> wrote:
> I was about to sign up for Nextdoor.com. It wanted my name and street
> address and it wanted a credit card number for confirmation. Because I
> want to know who I’m dealing with, I Googled for reviews of Nextdoor.com before
> signing up.
> On https://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/www.nextdoor.com there are 236
> reviews. 184 of them (85%) are the lowest possible (1 star). The are
> concerns about bullying, dictatorial group moderators, spam, and privacy.
> There’s an app on the app store. Of around 8,000 reviews, only about 400
> are the lowest possible.
> Does anyone know who the moderator on the Hope Next-door is?
> The Summit Listserv is archived at
> http://sna.providence.ri.us/pipermail/summit_sna.providence.ri.us/ but
> there does not appear to be a search function.
> John- Is the only way to implement a search to allow Google to index it
> and make it available to Google searches from outside?
> Tom on 12th
> Thomas Schmeling
> Associate Professor and Chair
> Department of Political Science
> Rhode Island College
> On Jun 12, 2016, at 9:03 AM, Anne Holland <aholland at gmail.com> wrote:
> Fred, When you are signed in, just use the 'Search' box at the top left of
> the screen. It will show you all conversations with that word in them.
> Nextdoor.com <http://nextdoor.com/> is much newer than the SNA list, so
> it has fewer archived conversations; which in turn means you may not find
> what you're looking for.
> That said, the two user populations don't seem to overlap that much. I get
> value from both lists. I wish they were combined, but that's the nature of
> the Internet.
> Anne Holland
> ~ pls forgive typos, this is my iPad
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