A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I was a moderator on a pretty active political forum. It was a bit of a chore, but I felt it was worth my time to facilitate such discussions. I also learned a lot about how both moderators and users behave, about what works and what doesn't. In more recent days, I've been involved in more online . . .
By now, most people reading this are probably aware of the idea that being an introvert is not necessarily about disliking social interaction so much as the effect of such interaction on energy levels. The common analogy is to batteries. Introverts might enjoy social contact, but need to "recharge their batteries" with some alone time. . . .