11 thoughts on “2019-01-02 08.27.44

  1. @nitinkhanna In the past I atttend infosec events where someone would stand in front of a room and talk for 45 minutes or more. Then I attended forum style events. I preferred that format. But I also learn well in a classroom where I can interrupt and ask questions. Yep, learning styles differ.

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  2. @khurtwilliams as to the point itself - yes, that's part of my problem - if I want to abandon Facebook, I lose value in terms of modes of communication. If I want to replace Facebook, everyone needs to be on the same platform. Now, iOS has this amazing 'Instagram-on-the-fly' feature that's totally underused (they should make it a separate app, or more obvious). The only true answer is the web. That tells me that I should look for FOSS Facebook alternatives and just launch one of my own for me, my friends, and everyone's families...

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  3. @khurtwilliams just heard the discussion. Thank you for pointing me to the exact point. This is actually something I do not appreciate about podcasts - when it's a bunch of people talking, one can go an entire episode without anything interesting or important, only to discover something amazing at the tail end. Thus I prefer single person podcasts...

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