PrayerSecond, minute, hour and dayPrayer by WarthogDemon
I count the times you look away
You never seem to want to stay
And so I’m left cold and afraid
I kicked and screamed with all my might
Seemed I was fighting for my life
Your sympathy was gone the night
The symphony made things alright
And so now you respond as if nothing was wrong
What are you saying?
Do you want to believe what you gave was received?
It’s just the same thing
Look at me in the eyes / I still think I’m alive
Just help me save me
Do you really believe that I’ll have what I need the night
That I keep praying
I just want to break free / it’s just the same thing
Open your heart and breathe / just help me save me
One chance is all I need as I keep praying
No words or rhymes or tricks up sleeves
Will ever have me be deceived
I’ve suffered from another’s greed
It’s like I have no one but me
For your troubles I will repent
Harsh words I said but never meant
But why do I need your consent
To live the li
Exploiting dA Legally With A ScriptIn short, what is this news about?Exploiting dA Legally With A Script by MarikBentusi
It's about accounts that use a script to add ten thousands of deviants to their watchlist in a matter of days. Some people backwatch, that's how the script-account gains popularity and watchers (or points via donation if you want to). Even if they don't backwatch, some people will at least look at the site and may watch through your gallery or journal.
It's legal, I asked the helpdesk on this.
The problem is that the deviants being added by the script feel betrayed and disappointed. I want to inform people about this in the first place so they don't fall for those "traps". You can have a look at their gallery stats to see if there's something suspicious like ten thousands of watches. A profile full of "Thank you for the watch" comments is also suspicious.
Ideally however, I'd like deviantART to improve their security so those scripts stop working. I fear those scripts to get popular and watch-notifications to become meaningless. I don't want to