I have not posted content on the internet in years. Because I've had internet access since 1980s-era Prodigy, I was already burned out on netculture at a time when Facebook still required a .edu email address and hashes denoted IRC rooms. By the time BuzzFeed and Reddit killed the internet, I had moved on and focused on running my company, Danger Brain.
From about 2009 on, as Danger Brain, I worked with my brother on a variety of jobs, during which we made some of the largest YouTube content creators look polished enough that everyone else had to follow suit, but then Hollywood noticed and started buying out multichannel networks, thereby killing YouTube. These days, I post professional work on Instagram and store personal work offline in the form of paintings in my home.
In the interest of completeness, I must mention that I am also the 2065th user on Twitter, but I never use it because Twitter is trash.