I dig Roundtable
I like both Round Table and Discussion.Looking to change Colloquy to something else today.
Here are the options:
Ask Andy's Style Discussion
Ask Andy's Style Talk
Ask Andy's Style Round Table
Ask Andy's Style Banter
Ask Andy's Style Townhall
@delicious_scent voted for Ask Andy's Style Round Table
Any seconds? Or votes for others?
@Peak and Pine
@Lucido - the issue with the website should be fixed. @Todo10 worked on it a good part of yesterday.
I like "discussion," or maybe "discussions." Self explanatory, unpretentious, simple and to the point. Thanks for allowing us to provide input. BTW, I started this thread just for fun, but I'm glad it resulted in a productive discussion.Ok, let's go with Discussion. Changing it now
We're a bit limited in our bandwidth, so it's a bit hard for us to dedicate the resource-time to regularly curate content from the site, and share on IG. I've managed our IG mostly, but I'm rather busy running/optimizing the site -- which is our primary revenue source.But AAAC's Instagram account seems underused.
Two things about TikTok:I'm not sure about Tik Tok since I'm a nearly-44-year-old man
I'm a big fan of hearing other people's pov, and getting constructive criticism. Sometimes hearing negative (or critical) feedback can uncover something obvious that was missed/overlooked.I'm glad it resulted in a productive discussion.
Well, everything is subjective honestly. But, if you look at this in a macro sense, "forum" is the software used to host an online community. There are online communities everywhere -- they just use different software.Why isn't the term "forum" "current"?
Appreciate the feedback. Yes, we changed it to "Discussion" on Sunday. We definitely do not want to give off a pretentious vibe at all.And "colloquy" is simply pretentious.
I don't think terminologies determine activity or engagement levels.Styleforum seems FAR more active and engaged than AAAC and pretty clearly has a demographic that skews younger than AAAC, and yet... it's still a Forum!