I just re-read the Lazarus TPBs, and highly recommend them. Great world building, full of potential for so many stories. Lots of intrigue, science fiction, action and a dash of dystopia. Five (of six) TPBs are available at the Santa Clara county library system. (And I just figured how how "Eve" is short for "Forever". I can be slow that way.) imagecomics.com/comics/series/

Adam Mastroianni says you should go see "Everything Everywhere All at Once" for the sake of pop culture itself. "Pop Culture Has Become an Oligopoly" experimentalhistory.substack.c

Something I love about Mastodon: Mastodon has activity RSS feeds of your public posts.

Format is: [instance]/users/[username].rss

Mine is: mastodon.social/users/dblume.r

Your friends can follow you from the comfort of their own feed reader.

A few years ago I made this flow chart of which Mastodon posts end up in which timelines!

So, you can see how each instance will have a different local timeline, and even a slightly different federated timeline - and you can see why the federated timeline moves so much faster than the local one, too.

This is why it's important to boost good posts and use hashtags - the fediverse is fragmented and harder to search by nature.

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I'm a rock-climbing father of two and a software developer in the San Francisco Bay Area. Would love to connect with my friends from other social networks. In another life, I'd be a maker. As it is, I make do with code. I'm working on the world's most perfect bash dotfiles set. Never done.


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