@pixelpeanut hey welcome! Love this username. :)
@arnicas I love this and love seeing you here! Hi!
@gka Gregor, this tool is amazing!
News flash: After an evening of hacking, our free and open source Disqus clone https://schnack.cool/ now supports OAuth sign-in via 🐘 Mastodon!
(so if you want to put a comment form on your static blog/website and want to allow your users to sign in via Mastodon, this might be for you)
@anish nice! You like it? Am considering a Librem for my next laptop, to replace an 8-year-old MacBook Air.
@kristinHenry :) I am glad you're getting something out of it!
@kristinHenry hey thank you!
This vis.social experiment has been running now for nearly a year. Can you believe it? Your consideration donations to cover hosting fees have been put to good use, but the vis.social balance is now down to zero, so I'm covering costs myself.
If you like this strange place and want it to continue, I’d appreciate a small one-time donation:
Please indicate that your donation is for vis.social. 💰 📈 ✅
@gka This looks really cool, though I'm not sure I'd really use it. Where could we host it? I have some spare hosting space but can't really sign up to be an admin for that. :)
As always, Justin O’Beirne‘s latest map analysis is superlative: https://www.justinobeirne.com/new-apple-maps
Ooo, I got a hat tip in the latest Fair Warning newsletter from @sophiewarnes!
Listen, I know why you’re here. You want to “talk to people” and “have them earnestly engage with you in return” or some bullshit like that. But, consider this: being a passive receptacle for the mediocre jokes of journalists in their early thirties.
Maybe, one day, they’ll retweet your jokes too! The sky is the limit!
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