Been thinking about the Internet's Biggest Problem: Discoverability. Starts at https://one.mikro2nd.net/2020/01/discoverability/ - more to come.
So I have recently come back to Mastadon (mainly Sunbeam.city) and I'm looking for more people to follow.
Specifically looking for people interested in:
And like pretty much anything else similar to the above. So if you toot a lot of things related to the above I would greatly appreciate if you retoot, favourite or reply to this.
Label says "Creamy Jalapeno-Flavoured Dip". Flavour says "Toxic Chemical Dump. 'Tis clear no Jalapenos were harmed in the making of this dip. #industrialPseudoFood
Also, (more wisdom via Spike Trotman) NEVER, EVER sign away lifetime IP rights! That's the most important thing you have as a creator!
If you want to make money from your work, great! Put it on prints, merch! License it! Etc!
But there's really nothing that's worth complete, total, *lifetime* control of your work! Because once you've signed your IP rights away, that's IT.
Would love to try write.as, but not gonna happen while it claims all kinds of privacy goodness but demands I jump the reCapcha hoops to get in. Paging @write_as
An enforced 2week "internet holiday" (aka service outage) has made me ridiculously productive. Might have to switch the internet off more often. #amwriting
Remember folks, use CamelCase on your hashtags, so screen readers speak it as two words
Is it weird to say if you need more than 500 chars to say something, write a blog post?
The servers that allow seemingly-arbitrary character lengths feel a little elitist to me. Help me understand that it’s not “our toots are more important on your feed” or “our admins have the time and energy and privilege to patch the software”.
writer; research gardener; seed-saver; craft brewer; ageing anti-authoritarian, apprentice human being
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