On the strengths and limitations of current Fediverse networks and the future of decentralized social media.
A satirical article by The Babylon Bee about Elon Musk’s Twitter saga inspires a piece on Twitter, content curation, and (of course) RSS/Atom feeds.
Checking out Victor V. Gurbo’s TikTok content with ProxiTok, an alternative privacy frontend to (terrible) TikTok.
I take a look at the Mastodon Twitter Crossposter, a tool for syndicating posts.
While Minds handles hashtags correctly, hashtags are still terrible.
A short introduction to RSS and Atom feeds. You will miss this excerpt if you’re using a feed reader.
I struggled to comprehend what I was reading.
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〜Why do people refuse to dim their bright car lights?〜
〜A diplomatic dust-up leads to the disclosure of a hitherto unknown rule〜
〜On the myriad harms of bad social media content〜
〜Recommending RSS as the best alternative to Facebook newsfeeds, Twitter, and Google News〜
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