My challenge with Mastodon (and other web services) comes down to having too many browser windows open on any given day.... I may have a couple dozen browser windows, each with 10+ tabs.... and somewhere in all that madness is mastodon. What would help was if there was a MacOS X "app". That was I could alt+tab between it or find it in the Dock. Yes, I can make an "app" using Fluid... and maybe I will. Some kind of separate window would help.
New audio: TDYR 339 - Why is #curling a great sport for youth? - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-339-why-is-curling-a
New audio: TDYR 337 - What is a #curling “bonspiel”? I explain a bit about bonspiels... - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-337-explaining-curling
New audio - TDYR 336 - Beginning #NaPodPoMo 2017 - 30 podcasts in 30 days - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-336-beginning-napodpomo
Early yesterday morning I learned that there is this whole world of “chat fiction” out there that I had no clue about... so naturally I had to record a short audio segment about it... https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-334-chat-fiction-chat
A lot of people are missing the point of the twitter boycott. Ok heres how twitter works, they sell your data to advertisers for money, any interactions, good or bad are data they can sell.
All that harassment women get? That makes them money. All the call outs, all the toxic shit, all the fights with bad people? Makes them money.
They have a vested interest in creating engagement and nothing does that better than anger. They keep the bad people around because they know you will fight them. Thats data, they can sell that and then market to people just like you.
While they market to the people who want to abuse you too.
*not using twitter* is literally the only way to hurt them.
I am using Amaroq right now, but it is an iPhone app that gets blown up to a large size. And it only works in portrait orientation.
Any good iPad clients for Mastodon? Particularly for landscape orientation?
Hello again, Mastodon universe!
Clearly there's a new wave of people moving to Mastodon. Lots of pundits wrote it off as irrelevant when the first wave of people switched and found it lacking.
But unlike centralized, for-profit startups, Masto doesn't require constant growth and capital to stay alive. It doesn't require one big wave, because it can survive and grow through multiple small ones.
It's been a while...