I love what you're doing and how you're approaching it. For what it's worth I was wondering how difficult it would be to have say a browser plugin that would notify you when viewing a page already posted here, so you could tip/boost that post with one click. I'm guessing the constant querying (checking if a page is posted here) would be a problem but one might download a set of hashes initially, which for 100,000 posts would be about 2 mb in size. You could also make querying some API cost some sats or millisats. You may also want to constrain the urls posted to their simplest form to avoid duplicates. Just some lazy thoughts from my armchair at this point. Very much enjoying the site :)

That's a really interesting idea. I know HN has a bookmarklet that lets you not have to come to the site if you want to post content as you're browsing the web.

I also don't suspect the querying would be a problem. Most web app problems are IO bound and so long as you're using web servers that support async IO, it's unlikely to be a huge issue except at massive scale - but even then you just throw more servers at the problem as it scales in a linear fashion.

And should scale still be an issue, hopefully the site will be decentralized by then and some of us will prefer to query our home node.