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I just want to say hello as advised

Hi. My name is Giuro Kozmo and I am doing different art projects. I have a weekly blog that I plan to show here. It is partly historical partly an alternative theory on horoscopes - combined with sunspot number stress and how to use music against stress. But basically it is just for fun. I am a little bit intimidated by the obligation here to not be focused on one's own project. I have not much time - so I have no idea how is it possible to deal with my own stuff only 10% and otherwise I am supposed to be perusing other people's (probably interesting) stuff. I wonder if this is technically feasible. Does anyone have some experience if it is possible?

7 months ago by giurokozmos with 4 comments

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  • drunkenninja
    +8

    Welcome, I'm looking forward to your shares! As for the 10% rule, the reason why it's so important is because as communities grow, the goal is to promote relevant content and not just your own. It's important that new communities are given a chance to flourish and not become spam fests.

  • gotivAa
    +6

    Welcome. I'm sorta new here too, but I find the bookmarklet is really nice to post things "on the go" when browsing around if that's in any of interest to you.