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12-15-2011 @ 6:27PM
I dunno. It's a good idea, although I'm not too sold on the whole 'non-unique by way of a random 4-digit number on the end'. I don't want to be Starsmore7823, dammit. I'd rather have to pick something else.Starsmore8234 is "I showed up late to the party, couldn't get the name I wanted, and now I'm being unique and special by throwing random bullshit numbers on the end!"Y'know, like Hotmail's been for a decade.
12-15-2011 @ 6:28PM
For the most part, the last four digits will be hidden. It's what you'll give to people you're forming links with, but after that, they'll probably just see your name sans numbers on their Friends list.
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