re: Why and How You Should Use Twitter for Networking VIEW POST

re: To someone else who doesn't share your view its strictly political. I guess it depends on your views, but in the end I am on there for developer st...

I would suggest muting common buzzwords. You may have to add to your list every few weeks, but I've seen people have good success with muted words and phrases.

Ah ok, good advice. See, I don't use the platform enough to even know you could do that. Thank you very much. I will try that.

I agree with the shape of this conversation from both ends and think about it this way: Twitter doesn't need to change necessarily (in this way) because it is a place where real world issues get discussed and debated, but we could all stand to do fewer overall things on Twitter.

I don't think it's necessarily conducive for good discussions or is a safe space as far as the web goes.

Feeling like Twitter was over-used for too many situations helped lead me to create the DEV platform in the first place. The metaphor I have settled on is that DEV is the conference and Twitter is the after party. There's a value to the after party, but if we were all partying 24/7 we'd all end up burnt out and angry.

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