Come to think of it, I want #mastodon to be better than #twitter. And therefore, so should the apps. What if @Tusky and @fedilab had anti-addictive behavior features like optional pagination: people could turn it on, decide to read one or two pages and then go to sleep for example. Endless scrolling makes this difficult and fuels addiction.

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Agreed. I think @humanetech Humane Tech principals can be created inside #mastodon unlike any of the commercial platforms. And some already have been.

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@yarmo yes, that would be wonderful. Adding these kinds of features would not only be beneficial to users, something to feel good about, but can be a good way to gain 'competitive advantage'.. make people want to jump ship to more easily, grab media attention for the promotion of the good stuff.. the

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I would be more than happy to be a voice to help advocte them into #mastodev discussions and feature suggestions to future #mastodon development -- and to use this instance - indieweb.social - as a testbed for some of those.

@tchambers
cool! If you want to do that, that surely can never do harm to these projects

A thing is that there isn't a good collection of what these principles entail. I may start a curated list of patterns some time later, but have lots on my plate

A very nice resource I found was this Humane Design guide by Jon Yablonski, senior product designer at GM:
community.humanetech.com/t/bea

Also thinking of subset of 'awesome humane tech'

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