This is not a well planned, elaborate article on accepting change and what we can do to make it better. This is a series of thoughts, questions and sarcastic comments taken mostly from messages between link and link about why we are not fans of the Facepop Makeover of July 2010. If you would like to read an article about accepting the change, exploring some of the finer parts of the makeover and moving on, please read link article by Fanpop's amazing link. Actually, you should probably read that anyway if you’re at all concerned about the makeover.
The Fanpop website has been around for quite a few years now- 3 years in fact, and whilst it is still relatively unknown compared to the likes of Myspace, Facebook and the so-called phenomenon known as Twitter, it is still for me THE website that I pay a visit to on a regular basis.
Fanpop was formerly a small relatively unknown website, whose number of members have grown, month by month, year by year.
With features such as uploading images, submitting website links to other articles and You Tube videos to writing articles, opinion pieces and posting your works of art and creating trivia questions,...
This was originally posted in the One Tree Hill spot but a user asked that it be posted here as well. I post a lot of things to Fanpop, especially images. Something that in my opinion is very important, is giving credit where it is due. If you find something on the web and want to share it, then feel free to post it. However, it is extremely disrespectful to claim that you created that content if you didn`t or simply not bother to credit.
Lately I`ve been coming across a lot of images of say a celebrity where the user who uploaded the picture, gives themselves credit. It is certainly possible...
*Note: This is sarcastic. Just in case anyone actually thinks I mean what I say here.*
Okay, so like, we all know that it’s SOOOO much fun to hate stuff, right? Who cares about those jealous losers who are all like, “It’s so immature, blah blah blah!”. They’re just jealous they didn’t come up with the cool idea of HatePop first! So anyways, without further ado, I present my top 4 reasons (in no particular order) of why you should totally make a hate club ASAP!
1. It gets you lots of attention!
Hello, have you SEEN how many people comment and post on answers and picks asking them...