Also, once you solve DNS you still have a problem with IP addresses being centralized, yes?
I don't know why, but I really enjoy reading nocoiner / precoiner HN comments on Bitcoin. A special blend of ignorance and confidence. It's a very similar to any discussion on HN, but because I know more about Bitcoin than most topics I understand the shape of the bullshit more easily. https://hackerdaily.io/25814995/comments
I've placed a $500 bounty for a Mastodon app to be made available in the Umbrel app store.
We need more diversified instances.
Wrote this last year, feels very true this year. Only regret is not really acting on it until now: https://pauljmiller.com/posts/speech.html
ALL Parler's user data (including photos of verified state id cards) has been retrieved by hackers and is being posted online.
I'm thinking right now that building a more robust speech network with
more content types
and other ActivityPub advantages that have yet to emerge
has a bigger upside than me arguing with normies on twitter.
It feels like by just showing up over here (if at least some of us stick around) we're already over the hump.
I've never taken Mastodon very seriously. I always believed a more decentralized protocol would be the ideal -- "federated" reminds me of email, which reminds me of gmail.
1. Was built
3. Is ready when it's needed
Meanwhile my vague hunches about an alternative fail on all three metrics.
Jesus and Bitcoin
Bitcoin Maston Instance