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Sext: soporific spores

"We recline in celebration of freedom"

Current status: dicking around with Linux, so I can hack on @withknown, because other people can run it without dicking around with Linux.

I must miss work on some level, I bought La Croix in cans

So like what is this

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theha.us is an experimental social-network client. It can do Facebook-y, Twitter-y things just fine on its own, and also echo those things out to Facebook or Twitter, making them a part of your existing social fabric.

It also supports many emerging technologies that can do that Facebooky stuff without involving or requiring a central server - you simply follow another site, and your contributions to discussions you join on posts over there actually live here. Over time, the goal is to fully replace the centralized social networks, and make the Internet a network again.

If you'd like to be a part of the experiment, apply to join.

OH: "I'm kind of shamanic-depressive"

Living in the now-ish

Downtown Seattle and other huge wastes of time

Thing is (he said, sure the wrong crowd wasn't listening), Twitter isn't just a private venue. It's like if pre-breakup AT&T could ban you.

Turn it off.

"Pain" by De La Soul featuring Snoop Dogg is my new jam. 🎶 https://youtu.be/7vDVDo9w20w

I love how happy it's making people, but Pokemon Go does make me feel like I'm getting just a little dumber every moment I spend playing.

The black men who run the gaming podcast @SpawnOnMe have, understandably, had a bad week. But they made a show you should hear: http://spawnon.me/spawn-124-rest-peace/

But yeah... I'm not really posting these from out of theha.us for a reason. But uh, create an account today

The stuff that's *better* comes with Web Access Control and better readers. Or ind13w3b may become *less bad* if Twitter makes bad calls.

But yeah, once you get into cross-site replies, the experience is materially worse. brid.gy tries hard, but it's inherently kinda fragile.

I'm still thinking about "we own our data" - IPFS has "cabals" of users automatically mirroring each other's stuff. Maybe an anti-abuse win?

Trouble with Ind13w3b so far is it gets you wins of principle, but not of practice. No part of my experience or yours is *better* for this.

Nasty backlinks destroyed. theha.us is once again a loyal servant.

Also in the news is Pokemon GO, a bold project to discover the world's worst Pokemon trainer which succeeded in less than 72 hours. It's me