It took a while but here my intro.
My name is Chris and work as data analyst/visualization and I am into music #NewOrder #Pavement #Weaves #TrippieRedd
And I feel that in a few years time the world will see the fediverse as the standard way to organise social networks and all.
First I opened an account at mastadon.social but afterwards I realized that the true strength of the federation is shown in having a personal Mastodon instance and I set up https://mastodon.chrisbol.nl/
Hoe de media premier Baudet creëren - De Correspondent
Oud artikel, goed om nog eens op na te slaan...
Mozes in Ekko avec @arjen
Peertube en Mastodon bij Nieuwsuur tijdens verhaal over Public Spaces
Rutger Bregman in top form at Fox News
meestal stijgt mijn vertrouwen in de betere toekomst na een aflevering van Tegenlicht, zo ook deze week:
This is the first blog post about Marmota, a distributed and Free Software alternative to Spotify (and by extension the majority of the music streaming services)
Boosts and feedback appreciated!
If you use and like @Tusky then maybe you should go to https://opencollective.com/tusky/donate?referral=29576
Kamer kritisch over 'ondemocratische' brexit-noodwet - https://nos.nl/l/2268769
Naomi Klein 's Shock Doctrine.
A great explanation of what Solid is and how it would work https://ruben.verborgh.org/articles/redecentralizing-the-web/
Whoa, I just realized MIT has their own Mastodon instance! The future is now!
Hey fediverse admins, have you made sure your instance is being counted by https://the-federation.info/ ? I love being able to respond with that stats site URL when people say "nobody uses federated social networks" elsewhere on the web :) It now counts nodes running any one of 36 server apps, across 9 federation protocols, including #OStatus, and #ActivityPub, reporting about 2 1/2 million users.
"It’s much more efficient (yes, efficient!) if we can trust those already in the know."
Thoughtful piece by Lisa Herzog:
I was wrong about Google and Facebook: there’s nothing wrong with them (so say we all)
It’s always difficult admitting you’re wrong. But sometimes you have to in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. So, today, I admit that I was wrong about Google, Facebook, & surveillance capitalism in general being toxic for our human rights and democracy … it simply cannot be true given how they are endorsed by some of the most well-respected organisations in the world.
In februari weer tijd voor de Art in Music bandfest met o.a. Crazy Stereo waarin zoon Ilja drumt
Adding @conservancy and “Copyleft Conference” to my personal list of surveillance capitalism whitewashers sponsored by Google and its ilk.
It’s not fucking rocket science, people. If you’re sponsored by the wolf, it’s highly unlikely that you’re working in the interests of the sheep.