When people online (especially women) post something that is not explicitly asking for advice, PLEASE, just PLEASE refrain yourself from giving any. If I want to know which software to use or whatever, I will ask clearly. #UnsollicitedAdvice
ALSO, being on a social media platform is not a free call for people to burden you with demands for conversation or debate.
I am free to post whatever I want on here, ppl are free to answer (in the limits of politeness and intellectual honesty, which is obviously lacking when someone accuses me of refusing discussion when I was talking about something else entirely).
But I am also free to do whatever I want with the replies I get and call ppl out when it bears a load of BS.
Can't even have a nice little rant about #surveillanceCapitalism without having FOSSdudes and techbros coming at you with their hot takes about how you're doing it wrong.
@mcpaccard Well there's several to choose from. My French sucks so I boosted the one I think you were referring to.
@mcpaccard There's always at least one ready to tell you that the only truly secure way to communicate is to write your message on a piece of rock and bury it underground until the person you want to reach happens to find it.
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