In last 96 hours on , I found:
- 3 sci-fi I haven't read before
- 50 great sites
- five programming concepts
- three
- ideas on /#GS for teaching
- insights on how to debate in

Over the same 96 hours, similar browsing, in Facebook and Twitter, I found:
- 50 different posts about funny memes on Airlines
- Several hundred vanity posts and selfies
- 1 article on
- Trolls fighting with each other.
Go figure!

- Vernor Vinge "Rainbow's End" + two more (Fire upon the deep + peace war)
- Depoloying Mastodon instances on Docker/DigitalOcean, APL, Mastodon_CLI (well not quite programming but fun), insights on functional/object oriented programming concepts, python resources

All of these were quite interesting. I had not discovered these earlier, :smiley:

@arinbasu If the mastodon becomes popular, there will be a lot of shit

@Sevansd Possibly, but there is always an exit route and take control of what you want to see, roll your own instance and filter, :-); the after all.

@Sevansd To continue my earlier comments, while I believe in what you write, I also think the way is organised & decentralised, this is a built-in protective mechanism against nonsense as if we choose not to pay attention to what does not interest us, that content will sink to the bottom; relevant content will be boosted by the if you will. So, in the end in our fine tuned local stream we will continue to see more signal than noise.

Sign in to participate in the conversation

Everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct! Thank you. is maintained by Sujitech, LLC.