Let me know what you want fixed and I can take care of it. More user editing coming in the pipeline, so you'll soon be able to do this on your own.
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There's an entire net subculture that makes fan-made sequels to classic 16-bit video games we grew up with (Sonic,Mario,Zelda, Metroid, Mega Man) by editing the data of the original games instead of starting from scratch, so the fan-made sequel games play every bit as beautifully as the classic originals. Lunar IPS is a necessary tool for playing these games; detailed instructions are on the site.
This is the decade-in-the-making sequel to the classic adventure game Flashback! The company making it went bankrupt, so this unfinished beta release is all that's out there, but if you loved the original this is ++. You'll need a GBA emulator and the LunarIPS patcher to change the text from French to English, using this patch: romhustler.net/rom/gba/928/flashback-legends-france-enfr-...
A reasonably interesting, often-parodied fashion blog; Schuman is obsessed with a certain very New York-y aesthetic, and those who love the trappings of that style nexus will likely love him. As a general rule, the Sartorialist ranks lower with those of us who side with LA in the perennial debate over whether LA or NYC has superior fashion... not that I fault him for that.
The Hype Machine is an aggregator of thousands of music blogs across all genres, and probably the single best go-to source on the internet for finding every remix of a given song/track available for download in a high-bitrate (high quality) MP3 format.
SearchMark is an upgrade for your Google Chrome bookmarks that allows you to search the full text of your bookmarks, not just the title. This allows you to use your bookmarks as a knowledge repository, bookmarking anything you think is useful, informative, or interesting, and being able to easily search it in the future!
No point in adjusting entries manually for now, since it's a systemic problem; I can handle it (and entries like it) once the tools are in place.
The main question is what form user editing will take... Wiki-style editing seems unnecessarily complex for simple 500 char entries. Maybe urbandictionary-style upvoting of definitions, though not enabled until there's at least 2 so no bias towards #1?
Was mostly thinking if you wanted to add additional tags, images, urls, etc... to a result. We wouldn't let users edit each other's comments or recommendations themselves.
Ideally, if you know about the game and write a better recommendation, then that will attract followers to you and give you more clout on the site. Also, the newest recommendations appear first on result pages.
That brings up a related problem: 'Clout' and followers are interesting for 'social sharing', but they're useless for Hunch's main purpose: A highly searchable directory of consumable things.
If I gain all my clout in tech, and write a 'lollol Van Gogh sux' review of a van gogh painting, I'll be the highest-clouted author and the best description won't be what people see when they search Van Gogh
If other peoples' recommendations are sacrosanct, what entries really need is a 'description' space, separate from the 'recommendation' space, that follows its own rules.