And now we launch our weekly-ish community newsletter on the blog. Enjoy! What’s New in Content It’s been an interesting…
I’m finally finished with “JSL’s Binder Full o’ Whores.”
People who share large, disorganized folders replete with duplicates and random filenames reveal themselves to be too mercenary—and thus too much of a risk—to warrant elite trading conversations.
As difficult as it is to imagine nowadays, The Great FMBN Experiment got started nine months ago. Let’s check in on progress.
A common question that arises is: How can I grow my content library without already having access to a group like FMBN Social? We offer five tips to help you get started.
As FMBN Social ups its recruiting game, we’ve seen several applications pass through that weren’t within a country mile of being adequate. We’ve developed this Q&A-style blog post to help you answer the most common questions — before you apply.
In just a few months, we’ve shared more than 300 locker links, hundreds of chat threads, and a grab-bag of serious and smarmy images and vidclips. Not too bad for a community of this size.
A little common sense goes a long way to protecting your collection.
FMBN Social thinks differently about the free-rider problem by re-imagining the purpose and infrastructure of an online sharing community.
We’re FMBN. Care to join us?