@Genen I don't either so I understand your hesitation. I think Mastodon has potential for sure but it's still a ways off from being the centralized hub of everything. That said, it and other open platforms for blogging, social networking and other tasks are leading us toward a decentralized future. If anything, I think that should be supported.
@temporaryDouchebag This is fantastic. Friedman's "The Next 100 Years," published in 2009, matches up with a lot of NA thinking and should be on the reading list if it's not.
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@ChrisWilson An honor, sir.
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This is an interesting extension of the transgender discussions that have taken place on the show. http://www.wnd.com/2017/04/meet-jane-a-true-tale-of-a-true-transgender/
For those of you new to social networks (or never really got value from them), here is my tested advice:
Cultivate the network that makes you smarter. Engage with people who post interesting things. Share things back that you think they might like.
If you want it in 10 steps:
1 • Be human.
2 • Be humane.
3 • Be yourself.
4 • Be interesting.
5 • Be brief.
6 • Share.
7 • Laugh.
8 • Listen.
9 • Learn.
10 • Repeat.
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@adamzbucki Indeed. On the surface, they're fairly similar. Peer underneath and things are quite different.
I figured I should get my first toot out of the way. Thanks to @adam for turning me on to this whole Mastodon concept and giving us producers a place to interact.
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