Since it was released I was constantly on it with my previous account Danish, and yes Kat knows. I made a new account as well to start fresh because I committed karma farming and got banned. Since I made my new account I haven't been on it that much but still use it quite a lot.
I would actually say it has destroyed my life because now I AM ALWAYS ON IT. I can't ignore it for one second really. I just love it too much. It is so informative, I don't know how many things I have learnt from this website. Don't remember much but oh well.
I still love this website even though it has destroyed my life and hopefully I will be on it a lot as well. :)
Answer by DazOwen · Nov 29, 2010 at 08:23 PM
I think using the word 'destroyed' is a little drastic. It hasn't taken over my life in any way, if I'm at the computer I'm sure to be on this.
I find the site very useful for information with plenty of knowledgeable people on here. If you have a question its sure to be answered here of all places, this is why this is a strong Q&A platform that anyone can used very easily by just about anyone who has a question or wishes to provide there knowledge.
Answer by Timn96 · Dec 02, 2010 at 06:46 PM
Seriously man, you need to GET OUT MORE. If a website has "ruined your life", then you need to get a "life". Not trying to be harsh or anything, but if this is literally all you do except eat sleep and school then you need to find something else.
Answer by Steven Hibbs · Nov 29, 2010 at 05:46 PM
Not destroyed my life, but has given me something else to have open in my browser 24/7. I like the constant and quick interaction with people who most of the time, care about your question and content. So, I'd say more helped than destroyed. I don't have to stay logged in if I don't want. Not to the addicted stage yet. lol
Answer by TheTechDude · Nov 29, 2010 at 06:59 PM
It has not destroyed my life but it does add one more thing to do everyday. I like how everyone is trying to help one another. I keep it open in my browser constantly. I like the knowledge that I have gained from other peoples answers and I hope that I have helped other people as well. This community has helped me make decisions on like what to buy whether it is from reading another questions answers or from asking my own.
Answer by DanielHep · Nov 29, 2010 at 09:29 PM
How is learning new information destructive. Information is extremely valuable. I think you're mistaken. School is free (in the US), but sometimes free school isn't the best. These websites help make that up. ;)