💡 Diff Even the smallest places can have a little bit of that. But big places have so *many* people that there are enough people sharing any given viewpoint to just straight up mob anyone that doesn't agree with them. On a smaller scale it's easier to remember the human behind the post and easier to actually chat instead of just shout down.
Dsasdf This is true. When I didn't have twitter, its biggest appeal for me was being able to follow people that had created and/or maintained technologies that I was interested in. Once I signed up and followed those people, the nuggets of useful information that I occasionally discovered were not worth the hassle of having to filter them out from all that twitter bullshit.
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💡 Diff Never really started in the first place fortunately. I prefer smaller-sized communities where I can actually learn the names and "faces" of the people around me. Twitter's just too big for my tastes.
💣 Zoid Anyone familiar with Manjaro Linux? Trying to decide what distro to install on my new (to me) laptop.