I did it again, #joinmastodon propaganda, and you can help.
There will be soon a campaing starting under #twitterevacuationday 31/12
If you happen to still have a #birdsite handle, you can help to get this ranked under the top with fav and/or rt
This could bring once the campaign kicks in, many twitter refugees into thd #fediverse
Thx for spreading :)
You can also write a post under the same #
I personaly don't care to much about spelling mistakes. If I see them, they don't bother me, even so shure I try to improve.
But our brain is made so that we understand the message anyway, imho.
I believe we shouldn't value a message based on the capability the sender has to overbring the message.
I can wrtie stheinmog and as lnog the rhgit lteters are uesd you can raed it wotuhit linsoog it's meaning
@paulfree14 I agree that people can understand the message but it's hard enough to convince people of something without simultaneously trying to get them to swallow a message full of mistakes as well.
A certain group of people will tune out completely, or assume the person is not serious, when they see these mistakes.
I only mention this because I think your message is important.