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Kind of expanding on Nate Kerkhofs comment above, you could have a list of words that users can drag and drop into sentences similar to magnetic poetry. Or maybe have a mad libs style interface where during the show a new sentence pops up every 5-10 minutes, then the users drag and drop from a list of words into the blanks to describe how they feel about ...


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Don't even bother to try to make an algorithm to moderate comments by yourself - there are whole companies dedicated to this, and seems to be a really hard problem. But, for what you say, what's the cost of having a person specifically to pick from the whole bunch of comments just the ones that are OK to be shown on screen live? You can even have some kind ...


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Displaying comments during shows on the song she is playing right at that moment. Comments made by people who are in the audience at that right exact moment. Then make it so, and restrict comments to the audience! That will prevent the average internet troll from spamming your event, he'll hardly pay for a ticket only to troll. Technical solutions I ...


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I do not understand why the administrator is a problem, just make it so that before any thing is shown on stage, it has to be approved by the administrator first, literally anyone could be the administrator, as long as the front end for the system is simple enough. They just look through the comments approve the good ones as they come in and then those good ...


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One way to filter out the bad apples might be take advantage of the disparity in motivation between fans and trolls. Get users to register (using their real identity?) for some kind of "fan club" closed community before they can comment. The effort of registering and giving up some anonymity would increase the effort (and risk) for trolls and so decrease ...


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A way of having community pre-moderation could be: put submitted comments into a queue which wouldn't go up on the screen immediately but could be viewed by users of the app or site in order for a comment to go up it would have to be approved (or not rejected) by a sufficient number of other users to get users to take part in moderating they could be ...


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I always like thumbs up/down, especially when you can plot it on a timeline. However it could offer more depth. Have you considered offering a limited selection of emotions? How are you feeling? Music is intended to be evocative and the artist will want the audience to feel. The only bad emotion is bordom, generally indicating a lack of effect. Even anger ...


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Work with a whitelist and/or tagging system. You create a number of words that the users can use, all of them positive. Your user cannot enter custom comments but has to work with what he is given. Do not let them make sentences or sentence fragments, because of the tendency of people to get really creative with them. For example, an early system by a ...


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Hopefully my experience will be of some help, although it does involve social media. I used to work for a large music venue, we had a huge cinematic display screen and one of the interaction ideas we came up with was to get users to submit comments to Twitter using a particular hash-tag. The inevitable concerns were realised. How do you stop profanity, ...



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