Witness people conversing in real time. Then, gone forever.

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Matt Trimarchi
Matt Trimarchi@mattems · Co-Founder and UI / UX Designer.
Getting quite racist in there.
Antriksh Yadav
Antriksh YadavMaker@antrikshy
I implemented a no repeat messages restriction today and it improved the messiness quite a bit.
Dylan S
Dylan SHunter@scandylan · The way we think interests me
Diluting into the depths and caverns of the internet's negative trolls, Quibbler is more of a psychological experiment from what I have observed, but I find the not-repulsive comments mesmerizing to look at, knowing people are out there sharing thoughts that will only be seen by a few strangers, and then disappear forever. Ideas for how to apply this concept?
Bram Kanstein (@bramk)
Bram Kanstein (@bramk)@bramk · Working on @nocodemvp (pre-launch)
This is intense - cool idea too, although it's not really "conversing" ;)