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Scott Samuel must be on to his next amazing project, as I've been sent a couple notices to remove factual content from my site in the last 6 months.
This content is over 10 years old, and has little value, so I obliged and removed it. In today's climate, It's not worth the hassle of laughing over people's past behaviors. And besides, I'm sure Scott has an action plan to really hit it big this time.
It appears Scott has joined up with some college kids from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, including a guy by the name of Michael Ball, who is the CEO of this ForNoJo start up. No idea what it it's supposed to be, but it looks like some kind of app development company.
On the ForNoJo.com site, there was supposed to be some kind of launch in 2018, then in 2019, but it looks like that has passed. Then visitors were being directed to read a blog post on medium by Scott, whereby he listed his accomplishments, and asked people to join him in California for a free event in March....
All the old eBay seller based message boards seem to be shriveling up. Which ones are still around?
http://www.powersellersunite.com/ Probably one of the oldest ones that actually benefits sellers
Vendio Community These old AuctionWatch/Vendio message forums are still around, but almost dead.
The Carwash Live - Powered by vBulletin - Chopsbuster's hangout is still hanging in there.
Paleryder's Ghost Town? Gaffan's old board (can't remember the name)? Bard's/Brad's, is that still going?
With the focus on secure sites, google practically ignoring forums in its indexing, and of course Facebook taking over everything, are these message boards going the way of guest books?
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