Google, a software company, and probably one of largest consumers and producers of open source software:
1. Hypothesizes distributed teams are less productive
2. Independently verifies they are not
The text message. Immediately after Laurie sent that they yanked my access to everything. #npmlayoffs
serious question for people who post 10s or 100s of times per day:
Do you think it is reasonable to expect your followers to look at all of that? And if not, what tools do you expect your followers to be using which make it reasonable to have you taking up 50+% of their feed singlehandedly?
It's hard not to see this as bad/spam behavior which is jeopardizing the nascent Mastodon world... but I'm open to being convinced otherwise.
Numbers from Facebook on the New Zealand shooting livestream https://newsroom.fb.com/news/2019/03/technical-update-on-new-zealand/
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