Skipping yoga today to read this: http://weblaw.haifa.ac.il/he/Faculty/Kedar/lecdb/general/387.pdf
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btw, for people new to Mastodon, because it bears repeating - CW = content warning. To use it, click "CW" under a post you're making, and enter a label for the post.
common CWs/content warnings are for things like US politics, death, mental health (or mh), which is noted by positive (+) or negative (-), anything that people may not want to necessarily see as they're scrolling by. let people choose what to interact with, because you don't want certain content either.
fellas: is it gay to alienate? You're just estranging 🤔☕️
for sale, shoe baby, don't ask
My Yakuza 0 review: they sure do make you play through several hours of the extremely boring character before they introduce the character you actually care about
Came across this startlingly deranged Marvin Minsky quote from 1968 where he blames *art critics* for why computers can’t make good art (because they refused to codify art for him)
you're going to want to hate this thread... but at least hear me out 🤷🏻♀️
100% this by @Fraying
Your Community Site is Not a Government
its the year 2030: twitter.com is the website of an insurance company in new jersey usa
I rage-quit Twitter at the end of November in 2016. As someone who has worked in online communities for close to 20 years, I couldn’t stand being a member of a community where the people in charge cared so very little for their users. We worked very hard at Flickr to make sure that people were safe. Your company isn’t the government and you can delete any account at any time for any reason. If you create a community, it’s your jobs to ensure that it’s safe for all.
*slaps roof of television* this bad boy can fit so many lots of craps in it
Queer Eye but it's five caramels coating an apple
another trick to having a good time on mastodon imo: start tooting about anything other than mastodon
This is a private Mastodon instance just for Darius Kazemi. It wasn't all that hard to set up! I used this guide.