We're Getting Rid of Comments on VICE.com(vice.com)

almost 7 years ago from Sam Solomon, Staff Product Designer at Salesloft

  • Aubrey JohnsonAubrey Johnson, almost 7 years ago

    Unless your store sold stuff that got everyone polarized so extremely that they acted like that.

    One thing I like about Huffpo is how entertaining the comment section is. It's absolutely bonkers. People have such thin skins. There's just assholes out there, move on and live on. If you're scared of the comment section of a website, seems like the issue isn't the comment section.

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    • Jansen Tolle, almost 7 years ago

      Huffpo is awful, so this comparison just makes Vice look even worse.

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    • Claire Lines, almost 7 years ago (edited almost 7 years ago )

      Idk, comment sections can sometimes lead to amazing, productive, and open conversations. But more often than not, its people yelling at each other about their points of view.

      The whole "safe space" argument is kind of dismissive to me. People are emotional and most are bad at actual debate.

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