"Below I'll compare the shapes of three networks: Facebook, Mastodon, and Earthstar, and explore how their power dynamics are defined by their shapes."
Of course, immediately after writing that, I go on a posting spree. :p
I've found this useful since switching to an older laptop.
"Andy Rubin received countless complaints of sexual harassment, and was known to run a sex ring where he prostituted women who worked for him for other men. This practice was only stopped after employees organised and demanded he be fired. The existing processes are simply unable to hold people accountable if management personally likes them."
"Freedom of Speech" conservatives sure do like to censor people. https://www.beaconjournal.com/story/news/2021/06/02/veterans-audio-cut-when-he-discusses-blacks-role-memorial-day-speech-hudson-ohio/7508217002/
Photos of my pottery
"In mobilizing, we may find that what seems a burden turns out to be a blessing. Common struggle holds great riches and satisfaction. Giving—having something to give—is more meaningful than hiding out in fortresses of grievance."
Portland's Saturday Market is trying to raise funds in order to stay open.
No bread, but here's roses.
Next... green things!
May 2021, nature photos.
First, some bees.
"Jevon’s paradox is nowhere as evident as it is in computing."
The right to repair is, IMO, essential. Oregon *had* a right to repair bill in congress this session, but it died in committee. There'll be another one. https://www.oregonlive.com/silicon-forest/2021/04/oregon-right-to-repair-bill-dies-in-committee-again.html
He/him. My default settings keep my posts visible to only my followers.
A Mastodon server for friends and family of the admin. Mastodon is a Twitter-like social network composed of small servers communicating with each other, with no one server having access to everyone's private data.