People don’t click on links at Twitter. Just posted something that got 180 impressions, but zero clicks. Three people sent ads for their twitter feed, but didn’t bother to like or click on what I wrote. So I deleted the post. We have near zero attention span now, and downgrading exposure is all rage: pay up to upgrade or go away. On Facebook you start a page there, and they start off allowing a lot of views, but when you don’t buy boosts with a credit card, they quickly dwindle you to nothing. Follow the money. No one really cares about content or value, it’s all about how popular you are. Or how much you’re willing to spend to get popular. Sad.

From The New York Times: “To say that Texans love football would be an understatement. Texans love football the way Johnny loved June. Texans love football the way Donald Trump loves his hair. Texans love football the way Kanye West loves Kanye West. The religious-like attendance at high school football games all across Texas is a testament to our devotion to the sport. The passion can get even more intense the further you get from the city. When traveling through small-town Texas on a Friday night in the Fall, it’s liable to seem like a ghost town unless you happen to pass the stadium, and the only stations you’ll get out in the boonies will be gospel, country, and broadcasts of high school football games.”