good rules of thumb when joining a community Show more
- Do not talk about specific people. At all. Not even positive things until there's a two-way relationship.
- Reading is good.
- Figure out what type of community you're in before posting. Is this a Twitch chat? Is this a formal mailing list? Something in between?
- Asking questions is good.
- Find people who like things you like and talk to them about those things.
I wonder if calling them ‘conspiracy *theorists*’ lends too much weight to their shenanigans.
Like, there are actual, legit theorists in other fields doing amazing work.
What if we called them something like ‘conspiracy peddlers’ instead? The Oxford definition seems to match up pretty well. https://toot.cafe/media/G5bVW4kSaa0SlaJF2p0
Decided to arrange a welcome for Tumblr refugees, so Toot! is 50% off on the App Store today! Grab it now if you haven't - this is literally a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, as any future sale will not be the same sale as this one, which is the Tumblr refugee sale.
It's a good client. It's the best client. Well, it is at least the client with the most secret easter egg games.
Cool, I have a scifi.fyi account now! I went looking for a good general alt instance that uses Glitch-flavored Mastodon, and this place is perfect.
Hello everyone! My main account is @Alamantus, but I really like the Glitch interface, so I may start using this one a little more!
Ok, probably not, but if I start using the web interface more than an iOS app, then yeah, for sure. 👍
Whoa dang, this place has a bajillion custom emojos, too. Nice.
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