Last week we wanted to know whether or not you supported hacktivism efforts. Most MakeUseOf readers who responded to the poll are generally in support of hacktivism efforts, but think that sometimes it’s a little misdirected or over-the-top.
Out of 244 votes collected, the division was this: 32% mostly support hacktivism; 17% never support hacktivism efforts; 15% rarely support hacktivism; 14% always support hacktivism; 14% aren’t sure what hacktivism is; and 8% say the answer depends on who’s asking.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
So, despite some hacktivism being considered a little misdirected or over-the-top, most MakeUseOf readers support hacktivism in some way.
This week’s poll question is: WordPress.com Vs Tumblr: Which Is Best?
We ran a poll last year between the various free blogging options online and WordPress.com was the winner against Blogger, Posterous, Tumblr and all the rest. But recent reports say that Tumblr has exploded in popularity and is now more than 10 times bigger than it was last year. So, we thought we’d do a showdown between Tumblr and our old favorite WordPress.com. Despite what you think about other blogging platforms, we now want you to choose just between these two. What’s it going to be?
What do you consider the best things about WordPress.com and Tumblr? What features from other blogging platforms would you love to see either of these services implement?