What site do you hate the most? What site looks the worst, doesn't work, or just has fallen in quality over the years?
Yup. I literally remember when a guy on reddit started imgur because imageshack and photobucket were already the same kind of garbage it is now.
I hate reddit, but for different reasons than I suspect most of the people here do.
The site is weirdly too earnest, if that makes any sense. You know the sorts of discord teens where everything they post is an ironic meme? Reddit is the polar opposite of that.
>discord teens where everything they post is an ironic meme? Reddit is the polar opposite of that.
Really? In my experience it's been the complete opposite: any jokes are stale oft-repeated ones, and most opinions to be found are the majority consensus (by virtue of the fact that any dissenting ones are smothered by a pile of downvotes).
I've grown to hate Twitter more over the years for the same reasons that >>4 mentioned, but I like to add that ever since they entered the stock market, the stockholder's influence over Twitter has become more and more evident.
Anything that has a voting/rating/like system and AI-curated content, with endless feeds and possible data mining (they love spying on their users!) which eliminates every social media platform. (that's a cool euphemism for botnet, don't you think?)
>Anything that has a voting/rating/like system
Honestly 'the worst site ever' would be some half finished project by a board teen or some sketchy site made to only datamine not one of these big sites.
My popular worst site ever would be Discord. Personal vendetta because all artist critique groups moved on there and the site sucks for that. It's impossible to have a 1 on 1 conversation about art when any rando can jump into the server and derail it. Also I use discord then abandon it a lot so I need to make a lot of new accounts. That doesn't sound bad, but they require a new email, that can't be a throwaway or old one, every time and some times they ask for a phone number.
Any site where users can create and moderate their own boards (reddit, 8ch/kun, etc). I don't think people realize just how much of a misfeature it is. You almost always end up with 15 boards dedicated to the same subject, each with a different take on it.
>zillion other boards where you can go to avoid interacting with people you disagree with