It's raining cats and dogs
There's these studies about how once you commit to an opinion in front of someone you're less willing to back down from it even in the face of new insights; and online in 2018 has this culture where people rush to comment on everything that happens as fast as possible, you know? Is that a good combination?
I've started feeling a kind of slight revulsion at the phrase "hot take" because it's like you're specifically signaling that it's rushed, not thought out, possibly lacking nuance, and you're proud of it.
This is not a subtoot, I've been sitting on this sentiment for at least a week
Absolutely delighted to hear that #fabsh and #MethodDan will be on FLOSS weekly live today at 09:30 Pacific, 12:30 Eastern, 16:30 UTC talking about the legacy of #LinuxOutlaws https://twitter.com/fabsh/status/1027096590266388480
Soundcloud -> @funkwhale
MeetUp -> @GetTogetherComm
LinkedIn -> @cloutstream
Google Calendar -> @calendar_social
Anything missing from the list? What else is needed?
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