reading this article on how metastasizing corporate social media suffocated community on the internet (in particular art communities like deviantart) https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-rise-fall-internet-art-communities makes me think that—like learning html and css—learning how to set up and administer and customize your own installation of forum/community software should be considered a basic part of internet literacy
I'm surprised there's no specific mention of infinite scroll, which I'd loathe even if it wasn't hard on my creaky old laptop. I find it weird that sites for comics, which are the only art form I feel would benefit from that, rarely have it. I use ipernity for my work these days. It lacks i-s and I couldn't be happier about that.
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