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Vitalik Buterin
@vitalik.eth
Farcaster should have (near-)unlimited length messages like twitter. Having used it for a while, I feel like twitter's long message feature improves its user experience and its usefulness for high quality discussion.
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Emmanuel Awosika
@eawosika
This is the first request I made to @dwr.eth after joining Farcaster. It's amazing people believe 280 characters enables high-signal conversations where there's a lot of nuance and subtle ideas. I guess it boils down to personal standards for writing--my standards can be painfully high in many cases.
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0xLuo
@0xluo.eth
Honestly, I miss the days when everyone was limited to just 140 characters on Twitter.
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Dan Romero
@dwr.eth
We've asked readers if they like long tweets from a UX standpoint and most people prefer to read a longer post in a browser / link vs. in feed.
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Venkatesh Rao ☀️
@vgr
I prefer threads but everyone seems to hate those now. Long casts would be better than screenshot essays at least. Substack has long notes and it’s a bit tedious. Twitter is just ranty mostly. Threads interrupt ranting fugues a bit and make them bearable.
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スピットファンク🍓
@spitfunkolips
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Polymarket
@polymarket
yes.
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horsefacts
@horsefacts.eth
I think we would need a form of "multidimensional storage pricing" to introduce this.
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arfonzo 💀
@arfonzo
Maybe something for power badger holders, as opposed to Twitter's paywall? So users who have proven themselves as dedicated farcaster users can leverage this feature.
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Thomas
@aviationdoctor.eth
https://warpcast.com/aviationdoctor.eth/0x460e79c5
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Leeward Bound
@leewardbound
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Spencer Graham 🧢
@spengrah.eth
larger message length likely has implications for hub decentralization <> performance tradeoffs are we maybe looking at hub L2? cc @bpetes.eth
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NomiU🎩
@nomiu
I'm eagerly awaiting that as well.
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@pixe1
Fully agree.
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Cool Beans 🌞
@coolbeans1r.eth
agreed I hate having to cut stuff short. 10 $degen for lobbying costs
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Nico Gallardo 🍄
@nicnode
1 warp per additional character you go beyond the limit - i'd def pay sometimes lol cc: @dwr.eth
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developer.degen.eth 🎩
@dos.eth
oh yes... longer with at least some formatting options would be great 🤝
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@cardelucci
I think giving people this option is the right decision. For what it worth I hate navigating to websites.
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Drew Beechler
@drewbeechler
That's why I like @paragraph so much. Allows for more of the longer thoughts, but still digestible in the feed. The content, though, doesn't live on the social graph — it lives in its own social graph.
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@metadavid
Disagree. Being succinct is a skill, especially in today's attention economy. If you need more than 140 characters, write it on @paragraph Feel strongly about this. I /hate/ threads or any other methods of circumventing this. I ain't readin' all that.
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