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Hi aspiring ! If you can’t afford to take my @skillshare class on accessibility, I am happy to provide you with a code so you can watch it for free.

In return I ask that you write an *honest* review and share the class with your peers!

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Artwork for Queer Garden will be created by @Tatianamac 💛. She already gave some great hints as to which direction it’ll go in. #MastoArt

@Tatianamac The proposed solution to every Mastodon problem is "run your own instance, and make it work however you like".

I understand why techies like this approach: it gives them all the power and none of the responsibility.

After reading more, I feel that Mastodon’s regulation is simply problematic in different ways than Twitter.

I also regret not having done more research around instances.

Mastodon overwhelms me.

I still can't get Twitter bridge to work—do we think this is Mastodon's way of telling me to just give up on Twitter altogether?

I forget how hard it is to learn a new tool for a new user, even those who are adept computer users.

Has anyone else successfully followed their Twitter friends via bridge?

So far Mastodon has no haters I can see. YES.

If you want to work with me and the other people at @w3c_wai in Europe, we’re searching for a “Cognitive and Learning Disabilities Accessibility Specialist”.

See the full job offer here: w3.org/Consortium/Recruitment/

@petervangrieken hi! I feel like this is the beginning of Facebook when I wrote on people's walls, and someone else could erase it. 😅

Already, this feels more successful than Vero did. I'm already impressed by some of the features!

Also, hi!


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