"I thought I'd get your theories, mock them, then embrace my own. The usual." -House
Question #90799 posted on 01/26/2018 11:08 p.m.

Dear 100 Hour Board,

What’s your Internet portfolio like? As in, the sites you visit and media producers you follow.

How often you visit websites or producers contributes to the “number of shares” determined by an arbitrary scale.
Sub-sites, like social media or video channels are put underneath the site as a bullet point.
Consider screen time to be the size of the portfolio.
Other time spending besides Internet is “IRL Mutual [score]-F-u-n-d-[/score] (< forgot how to do dashed text) Time”

-Run On Sentence


Dear Runner,

I feel like you're trying to make some kind of investment reference. I don't do those.

A plurality of my internet time (when I'm not at work) goes to Reddit. In the past, I have recommended /r/surrealmemes, but I have the following to say about that:


That particular subreddit didn't age well. That's why I've converted to /r/ooer to meet my need for the absurd.

After Reddit, I'd say that Facebook and Instagram are probably tied for second place. I don't spend a ton of time there, though. I don't follow a whole lot of people on either platform, so there isn't very much for me to waste my time scrolling through. 

I have two friends and a sister that I snap regularly. I almost never look at the Stories tab, though.

I'm in a few different Discord servers, mostly from Reddit communities. Those are fun.

Finally, I probably spend a little under an hour on YouTube every day, just catching up on my favorite daily channels.

-The Entomophagist


Dear friend,

So I really don't get exactly what you're saying BUT:

I spend an unhealthy amount of time on Twitter because it is amazing but also it will destroy me eventually. 

I watch Youtube mostly for late-night talk shows.

I like Instagram for nice wholesome uplifting internet content.

Keep it real,
Sherpa Dave


Dear Keep Running,

Star Wars has done wonders for my YouTube channel views.

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