I got an email from one of the founders at the startup where my wife works. The controller at that company and I apparently viewed a question about wealth on quora, this bubbled up to him, and he emailed over this screenshot:
I don’t recall ever setting the permission to allow others to see…
I resolved this by deleting my quora account. Ironically the delete process requires an email to the address “firstname.lastname@example.org”!
After several years on Twitter, I am having a bit of an existential crisis. I’ll be fine. I’m glad to be rid of it.
But it’s almost like giving up alcohol. I can only imagine. I’ve never actually given up alcohol.
In the last month or so I deleted my Facebook account and my LinkedIn account. I just received an objectionable ”promoted tweet” in my Twitter account. This is the first promoted tweet I believe I have ever received. I could be wrong.
Nevertheless, I have just deactivated my twitter account.
Feels kind of good, even though I did use twitter much more than the other two tools.
I may give Google+ a try as well. If so, I will post that info here.
Why is it with all the great apple gear and stuff that podcasts continue to provide ersatz-pro intro music followed by an interview seemingly recorded in my bathroom with my old cassette recorder?