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It appears that at least some of y'all have been able to meet people and find a sense of community online. This has never really worked for me: I read plenty of online forums (and have for years), but I don't/can't keep track of the individual people-- their names don't stick in my head from session to session-- so it's like reading the comments of so many anonymous people: interesting reading, but no sense of community. The only exception is here, where I'm reading comments from people I've met face to face.

Does anyone else have this problem? And for those of you who have successfully found community online, was there some trick to getting past this "anonymous phase"? How did you single out specific people to get to know better, in the midst of comments from maybe hundreds of people (or maybe you just hang out in smaller groups?)

Edit: I was really hoping for some response to this post but didn't get any; I'm bumping it just in case it was missed the first time. (Sorry if you already saw it.)

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