don't destroy what made mastodon a safe community for marginalized people just to appease twitter users
For all you fans of heart emoji and/or the fantastic folks over at LoadingReadyRun, we have another new emoji today...
Hey if you’re planning to make your own mastodon/pleroma/remember gnu social? instance that’s amazing and godspeed! If you want to make it open registrations, all the best to you - but please don’t only think about how many users your server can handle, but also, how many _you_ can handle, and find moderators and co-admins you trust!
Contributing pix of my catfriends, as required by the fediverse!
Roe is the thicc Siamese mix. She's never met a stranger. Shahla is my older girl, sweet only to me & spouse (but so very, very sweet to us.
cats with little white socks, boost if u agree
could anyone tell me how to re-enable just one element with ublock origin? a site is blocking a link and i definitely don't want to re-enable all ads for it
I would just like to take a moment and remind you that the people running your Mastodon instance are normal dorks like yourself, who are probably doing it as a side project.
If you want something from us, it's not a good idea for your first contact about it to be dripping with bitterness and sarcasm. Please be chill with your admin. Thanks. 💓
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OK, yeah, I just got up in the middle of the night because I *had* to know the approximate pH of the Costco sparkling mineral water I picked up recently.
Both types of universal indicator test strips** confirmed that it was close to neutral (7) when fresh out of the fridge.
And now you know.
**wait, you _don't_ have a couple types of universal pH strips just lying around at home? Maybe it's just me then.
Follow-up: George Paget Thomson, one of the physicists who experimentally confirmed wave behavior of the electron, was the son of J. J. Thomson, the physicist credited with verifying that the electron is a distinct particle.
Dad showed that the electron is a particle, and his son, in an act of filial physics rebellion, showed that it’s a wave.
Did you know you can browse #DrmFree eBooks directly on Kobo?
(They seem to have buried the link nowadays, but it still works)
To get your local version, click on any of the links above and choose your country and language at the top of the screen (where the flag is).
See also DRM-free Kobo search:
I have figured out the filter thing. Thank you to everyone who advised.