Given time, and the (what seems like constant) bitching that I've been seeing on Reddit lately, I imagine some migration will occur, especially as Hubski matures.Source:Joined hubski because of todays AskReddit thread about it's downfall.
Source:Joined hubski because of todays AskReddit thread about it's downfall.
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I think a lot of people joined Hubski today because of that thread. I know I did.
I'm late to the party, but I joined Hubski through the same thread.
Confirmed. I see this having great potential. It feels more like a community, where as reddit is a lot of people with similar interests pisting things left and right.
And it's so much calmer here.