This essay is in response to a question about the difference between a structured and unstructured environment. It’s a question that was a favorite of mine throughout my time writing for this site.
The problem is that structured environments are very different from unstructured ones as they allow you to make up for lost time in the form of people and stuff, which is just not a good way to build up your community. If you don’t have a structure, I don’t know what to do. But it’s nice to see that people are still thinking about what they’re going to do and what they’ll do in the event of a change.
On our site, we want to make a structured environment, but we also want to make social one, so that when people come to visit, they can have conversations, hold discussions, and even have a drink. The problem is that on a structured environment, you can’t see the people around you. So if you invite a group of people to a party and your friends are all wearing different outfits, you can’t see everyone and their outfits and make sure everyone is comfortable.
To address this we have structured social. Structured social is what we do when you’re invited to a party for a certain amount of time and you’re not supposed to know. Structured social is like a dance. You can’t see the people around you as you’re on the dance floor, but you can have conversations with them. And unlike a dance, structured social is not limited to one dance.
Here’s the point, structured social is not a social network where everyone knows everyone else. Structured social is more like an online dating service. You can be introduced to someone and only be introduced to them for a few weeks.
Structured social is like a dating website. Sure, you can find people through other websites, but you cant actually meet anyone until you actually have a conversation.
The main thing, though, is that it is more like a social network where everyone knows everyone else. Like any social network, you have to be introduced to someone before you can even get started. It’s like a relationship with someone who has been in that circle for 20 years.
The problem with structured social is that once you have someone in your social circle who is part of the same group as you, you have to keep interacting and meeting people for a long time before you can build on that. I mean, I know this sounds weird, but the way my friends and I built on each other was through our weekly meetings at Pizza Hut. We would have weekly meetings together, then we’d see each other on Saturday, then we’d meet again on Monday or Tuesday.
This is a common problem we have in modern life. If you are in a long-term relationship, like me, you can’t really build on each others’ social circles without the other person coming back and being social.
Structured social, in a way, is also what I call a “social network”. We have a social network, but instead of people being people, people are just like the people who are in our social network. We have a structured social network, and instead of just having a couple of people, we have a bunch like the people who are in our social network.