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  • Current Event
    3 years ago
    +7 8 1

    How Bees Revealed a Pot Farm Beneath the Maraschino Cherries

    Red-hued bees led authorities to discover New York City’s biggest-ever marijuana farm in the basement of a cherry factory—triggering the owner’s suicide.

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    +20 20 0

    Dry Lights

    A trip through an electric desert, Dry Lights unfolds in an imagined environment of cacti and canyons, moving from hidden caves to lonely cliffs along pulsating rivers of light.

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    +15 15 0 x 1

    The Egg

    Based on the thought provoking short story 'The Egg' by Andy Weir and with a spine-tingling soundtrack from Nils Frahm, this visually powerful short film shot on location amongst some stunning Yorkshire settings sees Andy come to terms with ...

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    +24 24 0

    They're Made Out of Meat

    A perspective on humans, from something out of this world. Directed by Stephen o'Regan, based on the short story by Terry Bisson.

  • Text Post
    3 years ago
    +5 5 0

    Useful Resources for Learning Toki Pona

    Hey guys! I've been learning a little bit of Toki Pona since I saw the article last night, and I found some good resources.

    This pdf has lessons on grammar, pronunciation and a Toki Pona to English dictionary.

    The free Android / iPhone app Memrize has most of the Toki Pona words on it, to help with learning definitions and memorizing them.

    Hope you guys like it! I've really been enjoying learning this language and I hope more people turn up in this tribe.

    Thanks for starting the tribe Zeus!

  • Image
    3 years ago
    +9 9 0

    Entry __225

    Romantically Apocalyptic

  • Expression
    3 years ago
    +14 14 0

    Fire and Ice

    by Sheer-Madness

  • Expression
    3 years ago
    +23 23 0

    Fire Elemental

    by DrawingNightmare

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    +53 53 0 x 1

    Fear the Walking Dead

    Official World Premier Trailer

  • Expression
    3 years ago
    +20 20 0

    Heart of the Forest

    By Tuomas Korpi

  • Text Post
    3 years ago
    +5 5 0

    On Quality Content, and Where to Draw the Line

    Hello!

    I have a question (actually a couple) for everyone. I moderate /t/fantasyart, and recently there was a post there that was, arguably, of lower quality, but still content relevant to the tribe. The picture in question was also cross-posted to /t/shittymspaint, so there is literally no question that it was a lower quality drawing. My first instinct was to remove the post, which I did, but after giving it more thought, I am now unsure.

    I enjoy art, and I confess, I'm probably a bit of a snob. I browse a lot of extremely professional and high quality art every day, so upon seeing this piece, I felt like it didn't belong. Was I right to remove it?

    I have since added an additional point to the rules of the tribe that posters should try to aim for higher quality content, in terms of technique and design in the art they are posting. Is this unreasonable?

    I'd really like to start a discussion on this, because as Snapzu gains more users, the quality of content submitted could vary more and more. As chiefs it is up to us to decide what does and doesn't belong in our tribes, and it won't always be as simple as, "this isn't relevant content, it doesn't belong here."

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  • Expression
    3 years ago
    +13 13 0

    Aurora Advanced

    by Clint Cearley

  • Analysis
    3 years ago
    +9 9 0

    What Could Live in a Real Jurassic World? A Chickenosaurus

    Reviving dinosaurs from ancient DNA will never happen, but real-life genetic engineering is turning birds more dino-like.

  • Expression
    3 years ago
    +17 17 0

    Down to the Clouds and Collect Sky From a Well

    by Ol'ga Erokhina

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    +33 33 0 x 1

    Bastion Soundtrack - Spike in a Rail

  • Image
    3 years ago
    +16 16 0

    Tiger Lily in the Sun

    Taken in my backyard, Ontario, Canada.

  • Analysis
    3 years ago
    +16 16 0

    The Wetsuit That Keeps Away Sharks

    A team of Australian researchers want to protect surfers by dressing them in zebra stripes.

  • Analysis
    3 years ago
    +29 29 0 x 2

    Did Kevin From ‘Home Alone’ Grow Up to Be Jigsaw? A Deadly Serious Investigation

    Throughout ‘Home Alone,’ Kevin McCallister displays anger-control issues, a proclivity for violent fantasies, and voyeuristic tendencies, combined with a fetish for recorded video.

  • Expression
    3 years ago
    +61 61 0 x 1

    Beneath the Surface

    by Julie Dillon

  • Text Post
    3 years ago
    +3 3 0

    [Features] More Mod and Admin Tools for Tribes

    As it stands, unless I have missed something, the only action mods and admins can take in their tribe is to remove snaps or make them sticky. While the former is effective for removing content that is not related to the tribe, it is somewhat drastic for dealing with snaps that have simply been titled incorrectly, or haven't chosen a content type.

    What I'm suggesting is some sort of "Edit Suggestion Form" mods and admins can complete on individual posts that sends a message to the original poster, showing the suggested changes to their post. The poster can then accept or refuse these changes, but like downvotes, perhaps they must provide a reason for refusing these changes, so that disputes between mods and users over proper post content can be settled elsewhere.

    This way, mods and admins can't just edit a post's actual content, but have a way to suggest changes to the post's title, tags, sources and content type to better curate their communities.

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