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I was studying for my finals when I ran across this in my Small Group Communications textbook.
I have found (at least part of) the secret to why we are all so much more confident on Tumblr than in real life.
(Yellow parts emphasized by me)

I was studying for my finals when I ran across this in my Small Group Communications textbook.

I have found (at least part of) the secret to why we are all so much more confident on Tumblr than in real life.

(Yellow parts emphasized by me)

missing-e:

Tumblr displays a warning message to users of Missing e, highlighting what they believe are potential risks, and ask users to acknowledge before continuing to use Tumblr. However, many users are finding that to continue using Missing e, they have to acknowledge this warning multiple times.

First, Educate Yourself

While I strongly encourage you to read Tumblr’s warning, and Missing e’s official response explaining why the browser extension is safe to use, I realize that a repetitive popup message can be aggravating.

You Can Do Something About Repeated Warnings

It is not likely that Missing e will ever hide or prevent this warning from being displayed, but many users have found a simple, alternative solution that works to hide this warning after it has been read and acknowledged at least once.

Find out how to hide repeated Tumblr warnings about Missing e!

See Also: Why Missing e is safe to use

Finally, I’m tired of seeing that thing just about every other day. I’ve read it, I get it, I don’t understand why Tumblr won’t acknowledge I’ve already dismissed it about two dozen times. Shoo warning, don’t bother me.

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