When I first joined Twitter, I did so so I could communicate with people I wanted to communicate with. Pushed to get friends to join, so we could all share. Then Twitter became very much a write-only platform. Long before I left, I viewed it as nothing more than screaming into the void.
Now I'm on mastodon, and it's pretty much the same. But at least it's _my_ void I'm screaming into. And maybe people will see some of it, maybe they won't. Whatever.
The newsletter, on the other hand, I never had any idea what to do with. I even asked, in the newsletter itself, what it should be for, and never really got much of an answer.
Almost two weeks ago I set a monthly reminder to myself to write something for it. I've pushed it out by a week twice now. I still have no ideas.
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