...with people who they might otherwise lose touch with. Anybody do, like, regular e-mail correspondence? Paper correspondence? Any tips for how to organize it or keep track of it? Ideas that worked or ideas that failed are extremely welcome.
I feel like I need a social media replacement for people who can't be bothered to figure out the Fedi, and then I would be much better able to do some serious cord-cutting. 2/2
@pence If you're trying to escape FaceBook the toxic cess pit of advertising, dodgy content suggestions, and uninteresting updates from extremely tangental connections, I've found that WhatsApp is now mainstream enough to discover people I know using it.
If you're trying to escape FaceBook the company, 🤷♂️. Let me know if you find anything!
@robertfromont As someone who lives in Belgium, everybody just *expects* that I've got WhatsApp, so I've grudgingly gotten used to that. Might see if more of my US contacts can be budged...
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