When social media feels antisocial

January 08, 2019, at 11:53 AM by mgarcia in 2019, Pics, Industry, GameDev, Blog (1 comments)

Title: When social media feels antisocial Author: mgarcia Date: 2019-01-08 11:53 +1100 Tags: 2019, Pics, Industry, GameDev, Blog Comments: Open

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  • mgarcia: 2019-01-08 11:53 +1100
    Is this social media or narcissist media? (a person who is overly self-involved, and often vain and selfish.)

    How many times have you seen a social media account where their feed is 100% them?
    I never followed accounts which look like this. Off topic, but I had many rules as to who and why I followed people... and sometimes I would forget them or invent new ones :/ \\
    So glad I have Twitter parity now, one thing less I don't have to worry about in life!

    I know why people don't retweet, it's easier (reading feeds to find something to retweet is hard) and safer (yes "Political Correct" people see retweets as approval of the origin (source or person) not just the tweet itself).

    I really think twitter should put in place something like some subreddit's have in place, where you can only self post only after a percentage of retweets. Yes forced social!


    BTW: Game Wisdom, Josh (https://twitter.com/GWBycer) is far from a narcissist! he's actually a cool and friendly kinda guy... very down to earth!
    Follow him if you're interested in video game design!



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