Maybe instead of using FUD to terrify Tumblr users into uninstalling Missing E, Tumblr could use that time and energy to give Tumblr users the functionality they installed Missing E to get in the first place.
The sentiment is appreciated. While I am pleased as punch that Tumblr has taken a cue to improve their interface (and we can only hope that this continues), the warning message they recently started presenting to users regarding Missing e is potentially misleading at best and an example of fear-mongering, at worst.
While their warning lists outcomes that are certainly possible of just about any browser extension, I believe that the ambiguity of their statements could lead some users to believe that Missing e is some sort of malicious tool on par with viruses or phishing attacks. Not only is this implication far from an accurate portrayal, it is also potentially damaging to my chances of participating in future projects or jobs. All in the name of “creative control” over how our community interacts with the web.
Really and truly, as long as they keep the plot interesting, I don’t care what they put in it. I like being surprised.
However, I still wanna be able to punch that reporter bitch in the face.
I’m Commander Shepard, you don’t talk to me like that.
Oh, and I just thought of something else, although technically it’s something I don’t want to see: Tali’s face. I think that part of Tali’s mystique is that you can’t see her face, and I feel like if it were exposed it would disappoint everyone because it isn’t how you pictured it in your head. So I really hope we continue to see a masked Tali in ME3.
Plus, we all know she really looks like this: