I've got some homies I know who make music that I've invited to this instance and I think they'd love connecting up on this space.
Comment with either your music or just that you're interested in connecting and maybe we can get a cool network going. Or let us know if one already exists!
Linux users are wizards: they do more work for the same functions, but in exchange they get more flexibility and power.
Windows users are sorcerer: they get innate support and intuitive functions, but not nearly as many tricks as the wizards.
Mac users are warlocks: they bonded their souls to a malevolent power that doesn't actually care about them.
GEORGE: How do you come out to a dentist?
JERRY: Some way you come out to anyone, I guess.
GEORGE: I'm not callin' my dentist and askin' how they knew when they wanted to have kids!
ELAINE: Why do you have to come out to your dentist anyways? It's not like a hair stylist.
GEORGE: I'm tired of gettin' deadnamed with someone's fingers in my mouth!
The State of South Dakota wants you to know that it's on meth
He always wanted me to follow in his footsteps, but there just wasn't a way to make a living off the old movies anymore. I wanted to go on HRT and become an egirl, sell feet pics and really make something of myself. I remember he took me aside one day in the old editing shed and said "Son, the times are changing, but all I want is what's best for you." And that was the day he bought me my first copy of fortnite and jar of manic panic.
The FidoNet chapter from BBS: The Documentary (2004) is I think required viewing for fediverse admins.
Bulletin board services (BBSes) were pre-web online communities with forums, mail, games, etc. FidoNet was/is basically a volunteer-run federation layer that let BBSes communicate with each other.
The video talks about FidoNet's growing pains, especially around governance & a mismatch between what users wanted and what the sysops felt was required to maintain the net.
i don't actually know what this is in reference to i just wanted to be a part of something
Not dedicated to any particular topic, mood or way of communicating, but rather an attempt to recreate the magic of the old internet when you used to be connected to people directly and talk about stuff.