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Joined 1 year ago
Cake day: June 14th, 2023


  • It’s kind of the defining line between “community as a product” and “community as a platform.” What is offered and provided is a platform for all of us to work together to build and sustain a community. What we’re used to is the other type, where there has always been a drive to monetize the experience. It’s like the fallacy that content creators owe their audience anything other than the content they’ve already provided. The people here running and moderating the community have my respect and admiration, because it’s not something I’d willingly step into, knowing the unrealistic expectations of most Internet participants.