Planet of the Apes: Human gene-enhanced monkeys showed better short-term memory and quicker reaction times
https://on.rt.com/9ren

From thesolutionsjournal.com/articl

"With more awareness and engagement, coffee drinkers could do much to help these coffee farmers and our birds who visit them each year. Increasing the portion of Bird Friendly® coffee, even to just two percent of the market, would protect another 360,000 acres of forested farms."

Points to ponder.

" The structure of the Fediverse grants me more agency. Even if the admin of my current home instance decided to block an instance that I wanted to communicate with, I could just export my following list and move, or roll my own instance and federate with everyone."

Interesting statement, found in this article,
robekworld.com/a-newcomer-to-t

(@sonya wrote this)

The darnedest thing about self-promotion is that if you don't do it, no one else will

@lambadalambda @augustus someone I know once said:

"A real scientist questions everything - even including supposedly established facts"

@applecandy Have you seen that new cooking program; Culinary Genius?

I only found out about it after watching Gogglebox.

I realize that I must write a patreon blog post with updates since the last one, but the entirety of April is such a big thing I don't even know where to begin. Like hey, we went viral on infosec Twitter, then in France, then worldwide. Not to mention all press attention, all the releases, Japan...

I have joined a small number of Mastodon instances. Such as .Technology (smallish) and . Social (pretty big at 50k plus). I even joined noagendasocial.com

I'm not sure what I think about these multiple affiliations. I sure wish there was a login portal where I can easily switch from one instance to another and have it remember my credentials.

It is claimed Ernest Hemingway once wrote a six-word short story that could make people cry for a bet. The wager was ten dollars, which Hemingway won with the following: 

"I think Mastodon needs sponsored content"

@arinbasu @dredmorbius @shelholtz

2 thoughts:

1) Interest-based instances seem a natural way forward, a bit like subreddits without reddit. Users get a local timeline of shared interests plus ability to signal that interest across federation.

2) Fracturing may seem like a problem. I don't think so. People will always make boundaries. Houses have walls, properties have fences, etc. Free disassociation is as important as free association.

mstdn.jp 's admin is being hired by a large company (Dwango) because of his contribution to Mastodon. He'll suspend his education at a university and concentrate on maintaining Mastodon. Apparently.

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