- Jul 2022
Once a post goes viral on Twitter, Hacker News, Reddit, or anywhere else off-platform, it has the potential to form a “Katamari ball” where it gets upvotes because it has upvotes (which means it gets more upvotes, because it has more upvotes, which means…well…you get it). This is also known as "the network effect", but I feel a Katamari ball better illustrates it.
Network effects can describe a broad variety of phenomenon. Is Katamari ball a better descriptor of this specific phenomenon?
How does one prioritize the richer quality Lindy library material that may be even more beneficial than things which are simply new?