I have to agree with Patrick Howell O’Neill who wrote an article in Gizmodo. He writes:
“There is a good reason people call Twitter the hell website.
“Cynicism, egos, unprovoked hostility, unchecked propaganda, sexism, bigotry, and outright hate—Twitter is as full of it as virtually anywhere online, and worse, it’s unbearably nonstop. The design of the place feels uniquely unhealthy due in large part to its speed and unrelenting stream. Opening up TweetDeck, the Twitter-owned client favored by maniacs like me thanks to its real-time updating feature, can seem like stepping into an oncoming tidal wave and getting swept out to sea. Before too long, you feel exhausted and ready to give up.”
I use RSS newsfeeds to scan the articles in many web sites every day and to read only the articles that interest me. An RSS newsreader can save a lot of time for most Internet users. Also, you can use any RSS newsreader to read the articles in this blog by entering the following address of the RSS feed: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/25759136.
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