Hey y'all, I took the time to write up my techbro's journey through the Fediverse in a more verbose format, that puts my arguments together in a bit more linear and rational order.


Meet Gamma. Gamma dislikes advertisement-funded social media, so comes to the Fediverse. But without the systemic bias, he finds his opinions harshly criticized. This makes him uncomfortable.

Why, and what happens next?

if you're having a bad day here's a video of a neonazi setting himself on fire trying to burn down a synagogue mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/mome

@privacylab "One recent study found that Amazon is the second most-trusted institution of any kind in the United States, ahead of Google, the police, and the higher-education system, and trailing only the U.S. military."

that's gotta be one of the most fucked up sentences I ever read

All developers should have to play this “game” daily for a week as part of their education.

It’s brilliantly bad, and so extremely familiar that I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry


Mord in einem Gerichtssaal 

My website is now an official part of the fediverse <^.^/

praxis image, hostile architecture, text caption under CW 

Pleroma Releases 1.0!

Pleroma, the Elixir-based fediverse communication platform, has finally pushed out a stable 1.0 release! wedistribute.org/2019/06/plero

Globuli sind eine legitime Backzutat wenn man das entsprechende Kleingeld hat

Aus einer Alternate Bewertung:

Produkt funktioniert einwandfrei.
Die korrekte Installation hätten sogar die Silberfischchen aus meinem Badezimmer hinbekommen.
Ergo: Politiker, Anlageberater, Hedgefondmanager und andere minderbemittelte Verbrecher mit einem IQ knapp unter Zimmertemperatur können hier bedenkenlos zugreifen!


"Meet me in the middle," the unjust man says.

You step forward, he steps back.

"Meet me in the middle," the unjust man says...

money (-), help needed 

The only thing that has changed is that a new generation of web developers have grown up and started to systematically dismantle everything we did a generation ago to stop these bastards when they nearly killed the open web the first time. We had to sacrifice free/open/unmoderated public spaces because this is how they got in our faces to do their dirty deeds. Spammers, scammers, hate groups, malware providers, and a whole host of other self-interested parties drawn by the promise of infinite/global reach for their message; whatever it might be. We can't go back - the age of innocence is long gone.

Ironically the best anti-abuse tool we had was "buddylists" which later evolved into "social networks" and more recently de-evolved back to where we started. It's more convenient to pretend that everybody can get along in public.

We can't.
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