Actually, I don’t personally know of anyone who considers Facebook “easy” in any way, shape or form. I am somewhat surprised that there are so many folks who basically cave at the idea of giving up on a forum that I‘ve been thinking is much liked and appreciated by its users. Go figure! I have been a contributing member since my TAVR procedure six months ago and I’ve found it really helpful. Someone had the idea of adding a TAVR section here which I think would be helpful in that it seems lots of members appear to me to have had open-heart procedures.Hank
some interesting thoughts. I'd not noticed that the On-X had been removed (wonders about the back story on that). Some time back I made you offers of free web development support and assistance, you never replied. So I'd say that expired a few years back.
I've done a lot of work here myself in assisting people, its indeed why I come here. I've been slighted and maligned as much as heartfelt thanked ... so its all good on the balance.
As to selling, myself I think that's a good idea and ... well my own views on privacy are probably higher requirement than "the average facebook user" which is why there is so little data about ME on my profile and in my posts. It would take an AI a determined effort (probably half a second) to nail me to a name and address using cross referencing to other sources.
So what I'm saying is that if you sell this to a bidder then that will at least ensure its survival for a bit longer. It will also ensure that this data (what we've all typed) remains persistent for a little longer too.
Probably Google has it all mined anyway.
I say "thanks for your time and effort, thanks for creating this place and now sell it and move on with your lives." I've noted that many web forums are slowly fading and going as the world splinters into fragments under the umbrella of "easy" Facebook (but with no real substance).
Everything dies ... even those we love the most.