i am always curious about how the aesthetic sensibilities of a place influence the kind of content that gets posted.
like, this will never replace tumblr because tumblr is caught in a strange liminal place between being a social network and a platform on which to build websites. think about how many artists use tumblr entirely as a portfolio now.
this place doesn't provide for that; everybody's profiles look the same. i wonder about the possibilities of interacting, or creating and/or sharing content, in ways that provide a useful foil against that built-in homogeneity.