New Demonstration Video for rbutr

With the recent releases of the Firefox Addon and the rbutr iFrame, I have recorded a new screen capture video of how to install and use rbutr. So watch it, and then help friends install rbutr so that we can start winning this battle against misinformation, one computer at a time. Install from the rbutr […]

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Responding to “The Problems With rbutr”

I was very excited to see that someone had taken the time to write a blog post explaining everything that is wrong with rbutr. It means we are starting to get enough attention for people to care enough to dislike us! I was however sad to see that every concern and criticism laid at our […]

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The Internet Is Broken! A short animation about rbutr

I just finished making this! Please share it!

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Donate Button Now Available

People have been asking us whether they can donate to rbutr ever since we started working on it – and the whole time the answer has been no. We hadn’t set anything up, and didn’t think there would be enough interest in donating to rbutr to take the time to set something up. But several […]

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Our First Rebuttal to Reach 100 Rebuttings!

100 pages rebutted by a single rebuttal. A small milestone, but an important point of demonstration for the power of rbutr – now can the rebutted side reply? Can they undo all of the work with one well placed argument? View the 100 sources to 1 rebuttal page Thanks to the tireless work of one […]

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New Context Menu Function for rbutr

The last update included a small plugin update which allows you to right click on a link and select “Submit as rebutted by current page” In the example pictured, I have right-clicked on ‘Browse’ in the menu on the rbutr homepage. By choosing the ‘Submit as rebutted by current page’ option I would be indicating […]

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How to Subscribe to Pages and Tags

There are a few different ways you can subscribe to specific pages or subjects of interest in rbutr. All of these ways will be outlined below. First though, what does being subscribed actually entail? Subscribed to a Page If you are subscribed to a page, then whenever someone uses that page in rbutr, as either […]

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How to Request Rebuttals

You can only request rebuttals when looking at a webpage which does not already have a rebuttal. To submit a request, click on the rbutr browser extension, like this: Click on the Request button, which will bring up the Tag options beneath the URL of the page, looking like this: Clicking the Buttons in the […]

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Blog Comments Work Better than rbutr…Well, except for…

Dave Copeland┬┤s review of rbutr in the ReadWriteWeb website┬áconcluded that rbutr doesn’t measure up to Blog Comments as a means for discussion, or conveying dissent to an expressed opinion. Happy as I ever am to engage in a debate, it is probably of no surprise that I am going to have to disagree with Dave’s […]

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Second Round of Beta Testers Invited!

We have just sent out the invites to our second round of beta testers, more than doubling the total number of people invited to our beta testing period, hopefully giving us a lot more data about how people are using rbutr, and helping us to identify how to proceed with the project. At this stage […]

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