@trishussey It is not perfect. It also works. That said, I’m a fan of a few things:
“Done is the engine of more.”
– Manifesto of Done
– Revelry.co/about Core Value
Started reading Mr. Penumbra's 24-hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan last night. I stumbled on the title through a blog post or another. Really glad I did. It's starting off quite well.
Now I'd like to find 1) find instances that help discover new books to read and 2) track those instances without having to juggle multiple accounts. It's like Mastodon needs a multi-account system so you can sign into several instances at once. And post/listen to different local timelines.
I hate having to feel like everything I say on Bird Website has to be phrased in a specific way.
Certain words attract people I don't want to deal with.
Certain words attract bots and brands looking for $$Engagement$$.
Absolutely none of these people are interested in me or what I have to say. Like, this isn't what I'm on social media for? I want to hear about cool people doing cool things and I want them to be interested in what I do, too.
No Agenda PR: OK, I published some more thoughts on Mastodon and wrapped it around the podcast I did yesterday for Shel Holtz, For Immediate Release. I spend a lot of time in the podcast talking about #NoAgenda and @adam and @Johncdvorak on the hour-long popular PR and communications podcast. I hope I do us justice!
Thinking it would be cool to be able to follow and interact with the local feed of instances that aren't your local. Is exciting to watch, by near impossible to find new conversations. What if, as inspired by @dredmorbius, you could find the cyberpunk book discussion instance & 80s music instance and follow those like a person. @Gargron thoughts?
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