an hour into this experiment and I'm already reading some sad Medium post that probably has more to do with the author's own personal issues and/or life choices, than some larger societal problem.
@tduehr yeah... I can't remember the last time I read a solid medium.com post. Every hot-take and think piece seems to suffer from personal bias or confirmation bias. One's own anecdotal experiences are shaped by one's personal choices, environment and socioeconomic status (ex: SF is a toxic place for tech workers, ergo choosing to live/work there is going to suck, QED).
@tduehr it's also fun to take the author's take-away/advice/conclusion, and see if it equally applies to the author. Often medium.com posts have more to do with the author, than society as a whole.
@tduehr I've never used one of those procrastination blockers. Kind of a scary to commit to blocking off a whole site. I bet there's a way to use uBlock Origin or Grease Monkey to remove tweets that link to medium.com.
@postmodern you could definitely use either to remove medium.com links. Not sure which would be easier...
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