Can people comment? Are emotions commentable? See one of the debates in "Qi Hua Shuo": launch the former commenting app, support it? Haven't thought about it yet, the first impression is that it doesn't support: 1) A person is not an item, not a service, but a living person with feelings and life; an evaluation of a person may determine a person's life special database and death; and such comments are irreversible, it is easy to sentence a person to death, but difficult to restore more difficult. Items can be thrown away, services can not be enjoyed, but what about people? 2) The Internet is a Pandora’s box, and good ideas may also have a vicious circle.
As long as there is one malicious person and comment, it is a sinful petri dish; comments from close people are only suitable for a small area, even between two people. between things that are not suitable for display on the Internet. 3) Can human emotions be described clearly? The Chinese language is broad and profound, and everyone has different cultural special database backgrounds, experiences, ideas, and three views. Such emotional problems as the public is reasonable and the mother is reasonable are only suitable for one's own experience and taste, not for posting the same thing in a circle of friends.
Share. 4) People cannot comment at will, and emotions cannot be easily said clearly. The more important thing is that people get along with each other's emotions. What can other people's textual summaries represent? What do other people's comments mean? Emotions are understood, not understood by reading words, nor are they what others say; nothing is special database said, let alone words. 1. Debates are more exciting in the bizarre story Square (supporting the former evaluation app): There is a market for apps, and everyone is curious about their predecessors, their current predecessors, their current predecessors.