Дата публикации: 2017-11-14 23:01
Context clues abound. Does the user know how many tweets they’ll send? Does the hundredth tweet deliver on the promises of the first, or does the thread spill out, like over-noticed political consultant Eric Garland’s , into a rambling mess? Does the writer compose each tweet as a standalone unit, fit for retweeting, or do they break off in the middle of sentences, proving that they should have put their rant on Medium instead, but chose Twitter because they’re desperate to have every sentence liked?
Also, just because you know criticism of you is out there, it does not mean you have to read it. Writing about one’s personal life online can make people feel involved in it. This can be very great and very terrible. It has, on the whole, been a pleasant experience for me, but last year, when I was going through my divorce, it was pretty terrible.
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First, it lets me take something that was meant to upset me and repackage it into something that boosts my online presence. It also gives my friends material for witty jokes and observations, which takes the power out of it almost entirely. I have never shared a mean comment that resulted in a friend or family member saying, “Actually, they have a point,” and it always helps to have someone else confirm that the ridiculous thing someone said to you is, in fact, ridiculous.
This was a terrible strategy. Luckily, my partner at the time realized what was happening and got me to go on a run along a very nice stretch of water. The run helped, but I very clearly remember looking around at the water, palms and pelicans and thinking, “Nature doesn’t give a shit about what happened on the internet.” That sounds silly, but it made me realize that, though people were saying some truly atrocious things about me, it hadn’t really changed anything tangible. Pelicans still existed (I like them). I still had my job. No one I actually knew or cared about was mad or upset with me. Nothing in my life had actually changed.
You’re never going to please everybody, and trying to do so will make you into a (now insane) very boring human. People are always going to say mean stuff about other people, but that doesn’t mean you have to accept it, respond to it, or even read it.
Yes it's fine. Never had any problems with it - and they do respond quickly if you have any issues. Ds rather stupidly gave someone his security details and promptly found all his bought stuff had been stolen. The user responsible was banned as soon as ds reported it, and they reimbursed all his stolen stuff within a couple of days.
Bit of a bugger to get him off it though..
Conversely, having a Twitter account or blog, is not—despite what people may tell you—an open invitation for people to be shitty to you. This even extends to Facebook, and that dude from high school who says he “just loves a good debate.” It’s your damn account, and you are free to curate the content on it as you please. So block the profiles with default icons, delete comments, and report anything that’s truly disturbing.
my DS6 has asked to set up a Direct Debit to pay for etra things on this site - i tried in the past to delete it off his computer but it was buried so deep in the programming i could never get rid of it - this really brings up alarm bells for me so i am really unsure about sending regular money - does anyone have any experience of this company/site?