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Suggestions for Prefix Tags


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Now that everyone has had some time to get used to the new system, I'm open to suggestions for additional prefix tags.  I know that we've had suggestions for:

 

- Sales and Deals

- Crowdfunding (I guess this could be split between Video Game Crowdfunding and Tabletop Game Crowdfunding)

 

Don't suggest a new prefix just for the sake of doing so - think about whether it can fit into one of our already existing categories.

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16 hours ago, Emblazon said:

Though, I do think there may be some merit in creating an Apple pre-fix. 

OK - if we go with an Apple prefix, should it go in Entertainment or PC Tech?

 

Or should there be a "Mac" prefix for the PC Tech board (to be renamed PC/Mac Tech) and then all other Apple products (iPads, iPods) will still be part of Consumer Technology?

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5 minutes ago, SFLUFAN said:

OK - if we go with an Apple prefix, should it go in Entertainment or PC Tech?

 

Or should there be a "Mac" prefix for the PC Tech board (to be renamed PC/Mac Tech) and then all other Apple products (iPads, iPods) will still be part of Consumer Technology?

Why don't you post that query on the PC board? I imagine the results will be not unlike a medieval stoning. :lol:

 

 

Personally, I believe it fits in PC. But that's just common sense. :sun:

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6 minutes ago, SFLUFAN said:

Come up with something better for "Entertainment & Consumer Technology" then.

 

"Entertainment and Consumer Technology" seemed pretty good since it actually tells you what the board is about. 

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2 minutes ago, mikechorney said:

For the record, you were posting about iPhone operating systems -- not Macs.

Is an iPhone not a personal computer? Seems pretty personal to me. Also fairly certain it qualifies as a computer. All things Apple belong in PC. 

 

 

Unless Apple builds a car. That can go under general consumer tech. :sun:

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1 minute ago, Emblazon said:

Is an iPhone not a personal computer? Seems pretty personal to me. Also fairly certain it qualifies as a computer. All things Apple belong in PC. 

 

 

Unless Apple builds a car. That can go under general consumer tech. :sun:

No - iPhones/iPods/iPads will go into "Consumer Technology".

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2 minutes ago, Emblazon said:

Is an iPhone not a personal computer? Seems pretty personal to me. Also fairly certain it qualifies as a computer. All things Apple belong in PC. 

 

 

Unless Apple builds a car. That can go under general consumer tech. :sun:

An Apple car will probably have more processing power than a Mac.  :shock:

(For the record, an autonomous vehicle will probably have more processing power than a high end gaming PC too.)

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5 hours ago, Remarkableriots said:

It can be on your television but also your smart phone, PC, smart pad, microwave, laptop, Surface, Nvidia shield, VITA, 3DS and probably other devices i forgot.

 

I don't see why the method matters. I think the nomenclature covers what the media is, is it a TV show or a Movie? You can stream a movie but you'd still call it a movie not streaming.

If you want to say Nefflix or whatever after you can use 3 more tags after the prefix.

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