"Everything from everyone all the time is too much. It's unnatural and it's unhealthy. We weren't built to listen to hundreds if not thousands of people every day.
Tools that let individuals publish, but do not seek to amplify them or force them viral, give us that natural, human scale."
The more I think about #mastodon features that would be strategic, the more I think folks should build in features and tools for hyper-local communities to use. Lean in on "instances" intended specifically for networks of a dozen (or at least under 100) friends and family. In essence a replacement for "FB groups."
The #Fediverse certainly do more, but that seems like a strategic opportunity. In essence what Darius Kazemi has been thinking about for a while.
So fascinating to see what a burning trash fire, Facebook and Twitter and YouTube have been this election season (disinfo, white nationalists, etc) compared to what I've seen here on the #Fediverse during this same last 90 days.
What is the #Fediverse 2.0? (Made me laugh a bit)
"Even in the shadow of Big Tech monopolies, WordPress and other mature open source ecosystems still represent their antithesis, like a vast network of old-growth forests connected to small stands of young saplings.....
The wild, biodiverse forest image is a good one for us ...it is an image of social, interdependent, and very different individuals....we are doing our part to keep the web wild and healthy." #openweb #indieweb #opensource #fediverse
Looks like #Discourse discussion forums are considering #Fediverse support... https://meta.discourse.org/t/federation-support-for-discourse/90921/6
Technologist, writer, admin of indieweb.social. Fascinated by how new politics impacts technology and vice versa.
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