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Getting really peeved that I can't find my "controls" to add global posts to my frontpage.


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7oby  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Hubski with ssl?

Didn't notice but 147 days after that comment... http://hubski.com/pub?id=114052

It keeps coming up.

7oby  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: When will Hubski support SSL?

dupe, but it's unfortunate that it took so long and still, nothing happened. http://hubski.com/pub?id=50607

I had found the article not long after but hadn't had the chance to edit it in. Now I did, and I wanted to update you: http://poz.com/articles/226_1609.shtml

Gosh.

So, 3 - can you read? is offensive? I read a great article (which I can't find, of course) on some website a while ago, and it was about how people in the deaf communities don't trust "hearies" and ignored AIDS literature because they believed it to be a hearie conspiracy. I found that TIME did an article in 1994 on it, though, and that has proved useful.

> Why should a deaf person be more vulnerable to the 20th century plague than a blind person or, for that matter, the average American? The answer, say deaf activists, is that their peers do not read English. The first language of more than half of America's deaf, whose number is variously estimated at between 250,000 and 2 million, is American Sign Language (ASL).

Half of the deaf in America don't (or didn't, in 1994) read english? So I guess that's a pretty good question, considering it's a coinflip.

edit: I found the article! http://poz.com/articles/226_1609.shtml

7oby  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Hubski with ssl?

Any update? I tried https://hubski.com, no go. Even if it's something like reddit does where it's hidden (and partially broken, although HTTPS Everywhere can force it most of the time and it's mostly working) under https://pay.reddit.com, it'd be appreciated. They at least use https://ssl.reddit.com for the login sequence, which means the plaintext password is encrypted before delivering the hash.