This is the informal code of woke social justice that I have come to observe in the era of social media: You absolutely must be doing social justice or there is something very wrong with you. Yet you must not post about the social justice you are doing, because then you are virtue signaling. Yet if you say nothing, you shall be explicitly or implicitly judged for your abominable indifference. And other such ridiculous rules.
For technical writers, content reuse it a great idea---but way more difficult in practice than it sounds. Here are some of my practical suggestions on how to do it in a sustainable way, based on my years of experience implementing it with tools like Confluence and Madcap Flare.
An article from The Atlantic says gossip can strengthen interpersonal bonds and make us better people. I am dubious.