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 @Chris . On how to do long exposures with your IPhone’s camera.
From @amacbean16 . On alternatives to cut down your weekly consumption of eggs.
From @DangerDave . Photo. On analog ways to receive notifications from Cake.
From @Chris . Why the claim of “information suppression” by the media on vaccines doesn’t hold up.
From @lidja . On her year as a Mormon missionary.
From @bstrong . On his role as a father and when to hover and when to step back and let them explore.
From @Pathfinder . A suggestion on noise-cancelling headphones for the IPhone X.
From @Victoria . On how employers are adapting to the unique needs of Millennials.
From @Pathfinder . On the “inert ingredients” found in your medications, the negative reactions for some, and how concerned you need to be.
From @Vilen . When will we able to pinch and zoom within the app?
From @jpop . On houses that look like people.
And from @kwthom . On family memories of steam locomotives.
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).
Little known topics to add to your timeline, based on this week’s shares: