In this post, I share stuff I learned this week from amazing responses on Cake.
Since the topics I follow are quite diverse, chances are you’ll find multiple conversation responses worth exploring.
My hope in sharing these finds is to expand the topics you currently subscribe to so that you can find gems like these on your own.
Did you learn something from a response not listed below? As long as it’s not your own response, please feel free to reply with your share.
From @lidja , on the challenge of leaving one’s religion.
From @Chris , on how he cures picky eaters with outdoor survival skills.
From @Pathfinder , on why the latest safety and fuel-efficiency technology is often introduced first on smaller planes.
From @ChrisJenkins . The Owlrilla is fiercely territorial.
From @Oopa , on a 17th century horror novel that’s been rewritten for modern times.
From @jpop , on why curbing your vacation travel won’t stop climate change.
From @Username . Tips for making flight ✈️ travel easier on you and fellow passengers.
From @Vilen . Who knew white orchids could be so stunning?
From @xorius . It’s rare to read a fellow user’s origin story. Who was xorius? Now you’ll know.
From @itipmyhattoyou . A cinephile and ex-Blockbuster employee shares his top documentary picks for 2019.
From @Chris , on how someone else’s poop might save your life.
From @yaypie . Ryan explains how Google Search indexes your posts and conversations.
From @NikkyJ ,on how to bake a cake with a drill.
And finally from @DangerDave , a lesson on the art of “punmanship”.
To avoid the hint of spammy-ness, only share additional finds where you learned something from a fellow Cake user, i.e. do not share your own responses (no matter how amazing you think it is).