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question for readers 

i just realized that i posted a 20 toot long thread that almost nobody cares about. it's CWed so hopefully people can skip over it but i feel like i should get another account or something instead of filling up feeds. what do you think?

re: question for readers 

@jookia Speaking personally, it's good to collect your thoughts in threads like that, and then if you have something good built around it, might be worth a blogpost? IDK, just posting into the ether is fine too

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@allison i don't want to blow my brains over people's feed

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@jookia Admittedly I'm used to following almost entirely people who do this whether it's anime shitposting or serious technical discussion. I suppose it doesn't hurt that Pleroma displays replies in the TL in addition to posts

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@allison yeah i have pinafore set to show replies in the main timeline

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@jookia @allison

:comfyheart:

it's literally your account

do w/e you want

you're gooood and these threads are 1000% more interesting than just endlessly curating something down to it's most bare and "important essentials"

re: question for readers 

@kazuma @allison idk the problem is that my ranting is barely coherent but i don't have the effort to push a blog post and get in a pissing match with people on the internet

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@jookia @allison

are you though?

the majority of folks are telling it's good and if you're tired, you don't owe anyone a response

:blobcatsnuggle:

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@jookia I don't mind since it's all CW'd, but since Masto/Pleroma are technically /micro/ blogging platforms, a full blog might make more sense for longer trains of thought. :)

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@jookia FTR I do enjoy reading your (or at least skimming) your thoughts. I do appreciate having another viewpoint to read on tech stuff, especially if it's different from my own.

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@jookia while I like reading long chains about programming and software, I often don't comment. I would like to see more of these and I'll try to remember to hit like now and then to let writer know that they aren't shouting into void.

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@jookia I'd say post more long threads and condense it into blogposts for searchability/archiving purposes if necessary, but I'm fine with anything :)

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