Difference between revisions of "Tvtag"

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{{Infobox project
 
{{Infobox project
 
| title = tvtag
 
| title = tvtag
| image = Employee captured tearing page.png
 
| description =
 
 
| URL = http://www.tvtag.com/
 
| URL = http://www.tvtag.com/
 
| project_status = {{closed}}
 
| project_status = {{closed}}
 
| archiving_status = {{partiallysaved}}
 
| archiving_status = {{partiallysaved}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
 
{{DISPLAYTITLE:tvtag}}
 
{{DISPLAYTITLE:tvtag}}
 
 
'''tvtag''' was a social website for TV watchers, with a [[Foursquare]]-style check-in system, including stickers for checking in to certain things or doing certain tasks. It went offline shortly before January 1, 2015.
 
'''tvtag''' was a social website for TV watchers, with a [[Foursquare]]-style check-in system, including stickers for checking in to certain things or doing certain tasks. It went offline shortly before January 1, 2015.
  
 
Users are capable of getting an archive of their own data by mailing datarequest@tvtag.com with their username as the subject line.
 
Users are capable of getting an archive of their own data by mailing datarequest@tvtag.com with their username as the subject line.
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The website and it's social media pages were archived through ArchiveBot, but nothing else was grabbed.

Revision as of 05:04, 1 April 2015

tvtag
Tvtag logo
Employee captured tearing page.png
URL http://www.tvtag.com/
Project status Offline
Archiving status Partially saved
Project source Unknown
Project tracker Unknown
IRC channel #archiveteam (on EFnet)
Project lead Unknown

tvtag was a social website for TV watchers, with a Foursquare-style check-in system, including stickers for checking in to certain things or doing certain tasks. It went offline shortly before January 1, 2015.

Users are capable of getting an archive of their own data by mailing datarequest@tvtag.com with their username as the subject line.

The website and it's social media pages were archived through ArchiveBot, but nothing else was grabbed.