Even without being on Twitter myself, I get exposed to this kind of thing, e.g.:
- A podcaster who says: "Twitter is terrible! Follow me on Twitter at..."
- A news article criticizing Twitter and then concluding with a Twitter share button and Twitter handle
- IndieWeb enthusiasts mirroring their Twitter likes and retweets to their blog, thereby revealing just how much time they spend on Twitter
I could go on
Operation Teamwork auf Twitter: "Wir arbeiten an einem "Manifest für eine menschliche Zusammenarbeit". Die Präambel konnten wir en bloc beschließen. Jetzt schleifen wir die Messer und fechten jeden Absatz des Manifests aus. Kann dauern." https://twitter.com/OpTeamwork/status/1128033688363700224
Das Programm für die Konferenz „Agile Verwaltung 2019“ am 24. Oktober 2019 in Berlin steht – Agile Verwaltung: https://agile-verwaltung.org/2019/04/29/das-programm-fuer-die-konferenz-agile-verwaltung-2019-am-24-oktober-2019-in-berlin-steht/
Why can I only register to #coda.io with my google account?
My wish: posting photos from my cms @withknown to pixelfed - or just the other way round. Up to now I am using instagram to post on my known site by means of brid.gy. In the long run I only wand to use @pixelfed. Any idea?
#PixelFed is a free open federated alternative to Instagram.
It's part of the Fediverse, so you can follow PixelFed accounts from Mastodon, Pleroma etc.
You can sign up at many different instances, for example:
(You can find more instances at https://the-federation.info/pixelfed )
You can follow PixelFed's official account at:
I sometimes post on instagram. And with the help of #indieweb blogging software @withknown and @kylewmahan my photos appear on my homepage via POSSE. But meanwhile I received requests from two persons who liked my pictures on Instagram. But they do not want to stand with their real name on my homepage. I had to delete their likes. I must accept that not everybody wants to cross a brid.gy.