You're right I said I don't know how twitter works and that's why I didn't understand what she was aiming at with the hashtags. Why I even mentioned E3 because it was in the tags thus causing this little divergence to begin with. I still don't understand it and to help me understand it would require us to go deeper but that would be the true divergence to a totally new topic.Uhura said:This is getting really off topic. The point is that she used hashtags the same way pretty much everyone is using them. She is keeping it simple. You just said that you don't use Twitter and hence don't know how the stuff works.Insanely Asinine said:That's the thing I could be read as that hence why I read it like that. I hate it when my imagination runs it usually ends with me arguing with myself for hours. Again she could have just simple. "#Microsoft thanks for not showing any games with women in it." While this stop the flack? No of course not assholes are going to be assholes. Would it make people like me, with an overly active imagination, understand her point? Of course keeping it simple is should be the best policy when constructing things on the internet. Does it actually seem like I'm blaming her? Probably. Note to self clarify better that this is criticism not blame.Uhura said:You blamed her for letting your imagination run.Insanely Asinine said:I did admit to making a mistake by saying my imagination run. I don't use twitter because it's the youtube of the social medias. In other words its just another 4chan. Except with names, which tend to be fake.
And that's how using hashtags in twitter work. She didn't put E3 in any "line of fire".