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David H.

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Bandcamp has a lot going for it - pays out a reasonable share of the profits to the artists and offers a reasonably fast platform that is easy on the eyes.

But there are things that I'm somewhat sure haven't always been this bad:
- Instead of being able to easily browse one's library, they use one of those idiotic neverending lists. Really great if you've purchased hundreds of things and are looking for something that you bought a few years ago and can't remember its precise name.
- No ability to download albums straight from the album page. Instead, you have to go to your library and use the tiny "download" link. They obviously want people to stream more. Why is beyond me, since they don't even offer a player that can repeat or queue things.
- No way to contact customer support.
- Bad discoverability - there should be a "radio" feature but there isn't one.


When using the account with Trust. Zone, my account keeps getting locked sooner or later. Which means I can't send emails until I log into the web interface to change my password.

This was not the case up until a few months ago and also hasn't happened with any other email provider.


One can say whatever one will about the members. OkCupid can't really choose them.
And the features are really fantastic. They are the reason why I've been a member for about 10 years, even though I've never been able to go on a date. At least contrary to crap like Tinder, thanks to matching questions and various other criteria, one can quickly figure out with whom one at least might get along.

But lately, moderators have kept removing my photos. Since I know that co-workers regularly browse the profiles, looking for other co-workers to make fun of (they are a really mature bunch...), I didn't want to show my face clearly. So I tried to get around that in a similarly cheeky manner AS MANY WOMEN DO.
I'd say about 20% of women have photos that either don't clearly show their face or show them at all. But those photos are apparently fine.

Over the years, I've spent less and less time on online dating because women using it usually have horrible personalities anyway. Never mind the fact that I get attention from much more attractive women offline.
So I guess it's time to abandon at least OkCupid completey.

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