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Well, Jeremiah, I'll be here supporting your writing endeavours for as long you you choose to provide 'em, but TIkTok is where I shall draw the line, because I hate it there.

I always take a social media break for all of January, and I've been mostly off Twitter for a while. I basically just use it if something I'm reading links to it, but I did notice that if I allow myself to scroll, it's almost useless due to the amount of spam and garbage accounts. Twitter is basically the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone of social media....there was a giant catastrophe and now the only thing left are curious interlopers and mutant wolves.

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Feb 10Liked by Jeremiah Johnson

Google Plus was the best of social sites. The best of our best, the best that anyone will ever build or ever love. So pray for the next Guardian of our growth and choose it well, for if it be not truly blessed, then our designs are surely frivolous and our future but a tragic waste of hope. Bless our best and adore it for it doth bear our measure to the Cosmos, unless those f***ing t***s at Google kill it too.

PS: RIP John Steakley

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Feb 10Liked by Jeremiah Johnson

Well I, for one, hope you continued success and endless reader growth. I love your blog!

Now if you'll excuse me, I'll just be out here reading DignifAI backwards.

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I often see comments along the lines of "why do I have to buy a subscription if I only want to read this one piece?" Do you think there could be a viable model for that?

(I think Substack could be a good venue for testing this, by leaving it up to creators if they want to sell individual pieces for a price lower than the subscription but that perhaps when summed up, could make up for fewer subscribers.)

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Adin Ross has shown he's only functionally literate so maybe these people thought they could pull a fast one on him.

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