It's interesting how networks that are part of the internet split into two kinds: eyeballs networks (ones whose users mostly download), and content networks (ones whose users mostly upload). And then there's a twitter on top of it, and its users also split into eyeball users (follows > followers) and content users (follows < followers).
Is it a natural tendency of people to split into content producers and consumers, or a corporate attempt at milking money out of people?
@Wolf480pl I think the separation itself is natural but the magnitude of the separation is probably not.
We are a cute and loving international community Ｏ(≧▽≦)Ｏ !