Instagram: My life is a party.
Snapchat: My life is a quirky TV show.
Facebook: My life turned out great!
Twitter: We're all going to die.
Mastodon: Don't worry, while we are on a quirky, meandering path towards an inevitable apocalypse, we might as well enjoy the ride and show eachother some love in an unorthodox, yet irresistible manner, not in any way hindered by considerations of style, identity or consistency.
politics, Richard Spencer (but hilarious)
Spencer got punched in the face again. And glitter bombed.
"J'ai perdu quelque chose!"
Le policier ne semblait pas comprendre. C'était compréhensible en un sens. Dans un monde où tout pouvait être copié gratuitement?
"Vous voulez dire que vous avez écrasé un fichier?"
"La mémoire? Un animal?"
"Non! C'est un petit objet, une boite..."
"Pourquoi ce soucier d'une boite?"
"Parce qu'elle contient..."
Le policier éternua.
"Et merde, ça commence..."
#MastodonSuggestionBox : I wish there were a way to list several hashtags that I'm interested in, for a customized federated timeline on the third column :)
This, btw, is a good primer on the debates I spend a lot of my time thinking about re: renewable energy: http://www.vox.com/energy-and-environment/2017/4/4/14942764/100-renewable-energy-debate
Home & notifications tabs are fine, it's just the timelines.
@backhand until instances diversify/specialize, i think its probably best to stick with one for the moment
later on, if, say, cybre.space became a programming-focused instance (it probably won't but who knows), and you wanted to be part of that community, then maybe it would make sense!
for now the network is growing both horizontally and vertically, and everyone's just trying to get in on the central discourse before fanning out to their interest circles
Confirming this is my Mastodon account. https://twitter.com/SwiftOnSecurity/status/849645456821030916
Canadian graduate student, work on energy geography & transitions.
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