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kantos  ·  593 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Welcome to Hubski

Of course. Follow tags and people to fill your 'chatter' feed - that's a convenient feature I'm a fan of for finding conversations of interest.

    What would you say this place needs more of? As I'm at a loss as to what's worth contributing.

I've been asking myself this of late. With a relatively small posting community in each tag, there's a lot of room for posting any content you're interested in: articles, personal works, images, and the like. I've been here 'round a year, so I'm still feeling out what I'd like to see more of, and how I can express/implement any idea that comes to mind. Only recently have I slowly scoured news sources to post here in tags of interest....

If anything, the advice I'd write is take it slow and (platitude incoming) enjoy the ride. Find people that say things you like, follow them or the tags they post to alongside tags of content you enjoy, and (finally, once more) ask questions. Allow yourself to be curious, and you'll come to find what you want out of Hubski, and make it so. In some way, is that not why we've all come here?

EDIT: My non-preachy answer (I swear I don't write like this much): audio, video. thenewgreen, flac and other users are musicians who post their own original content for the community to enjoy (As seen in #hubskioriginalmusicclub, and #music). elizabeth updates us on her global travels (check out her vlogs of her trip to Vietnam for sweet footage). I could be missing a couple, but there are a handful of gems that share the fruits of their passions here. I'd encourage just that when/if you feel comfortable doing so. You may see some awesome collaborations happen if you scroll down some of the mentioned threads. Ah, and other arts, updates on STEM projects in the like are not unusual to find in #pubski's on Wednesdays. That tends to be the go-to place to strike up some conversation.

Damn, that was more than I expected to type. Ah well. Enjoy your stay. Happy you found us.