That's just how I feel. (Forrst) It's really overwhelming to me; there's too much stuff going on there, too many options, too many things to do.
Hence, you need to put quite amount of time into it if you want to catch up. That's not doable if you're already involved in other (social) networks and have a business to run.
For me, it's easier to catch up with Dribbble, because it's more focused - it serves only this one purpose, and it doesn't require that amount of time if you want keep with what's going on.
I'd like to clarify: I'm not against Forrst or anything, I'm far from making any kind of judgmenets.
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