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Hello hello, I'm KuJoe and I'm relatively new to the whole fediverse thing but I freaking love it.

I love all things tech and I dabble in a lot of different things from coding to content creation to gaming to streaming tech to cloud gaming platforms.

I enjoy building websites (frontend and backend) and love finding new projects.

I'm a big proponent of positivity, creativity, and self-improvement which was the basis of me creating Mindly.Social

Thanks for coming to my

I wish ytcracker was on , he'd make some banger tracks about the Fediverse.

hey is anyone around Seattle looking for housing right now? Me and a close friend are looking for a third roommate in our Lake City area apartment. $550/mo for a small room or $900/mo for a big one. Starts June 30th. pls boost/tell your friends if you have mutuals around Seattle

Confession:

Even if Elon doesn't end up buying Tw*tter I am staying here.

I love it here. It feels like home. I have found a family πŸ’š

You can create your own Mastodon server even without technical knowledge 🐘

There are companies that provide Managed Hosting, where you pay a monthly fee and they do all the technical stuff including hosting, installation and updates.

You own and run the server, they do the tech stuff behind the scenes.

The best managed hosting companies for Mastodon are probably masto.host and federation.spacebear.ee

It's not just Mastodon either, there are lots of Fediverse platforms and other online services available through managed hosting. Try visiting growyourown.services for more options (or follow them at @homegrown).

#MastoTips #FediTips #Mastodon #Fediverse #ManagedHosting

If you're currently on a massive server like mastodon.social, you might want to consider moving your account to a smaller server.

You can keep your followers when you change servers, here's how to do it: mstdn.social/@feditips/1079394

You can find reliable servers at joinmastodon.org/communities (all the servers listed there agree to the covenant at joinmastodon.org/covenant). Try to pick one with fewer people.

There are lots of good things about smaller servers:

-Better moderation, because there are more staff per member.

-Smaller servers tend to have more personality, with a village feel.

-The local timeline on smaller servers is much more readable.

-Smaller servers protect the Fediverse as a whole from being taken over, because lots of smaller servers are harder to buy than a few big servers.

-It's easier to make a difference on smaller servers. It's easier to discuss things with the admin and other members.

#FediTips #MastoTips #Fediverse #Mastodon

I absolutely hate it when I go to take photos of something for B roll and no matter how many times I wipe it down and clean it the camera picks up something I missed (usually dog fur). 😩

Is there any interest in an official Pixelfed hosting service?

Pay as low as $5/month for your own instance with an export feature to easily migrate your data to your own server down the road if you choose.

This could help fund development and our other initiatives like fediverse.info!

#pixelfed #fediverse #selfHost #askFedi

Is there someone you follow on here and you enjoy their posts but you don't want to see their boosts?

Do you wish you could hide their boosts but still see their posts?

You can do this on Mastodon:

1. Log in through the website

2. Go to the profile of the person whose boosts you want to mute

3. Click "..."

4. Select "Hide boosts from..."

If you want to see their boosts again, just do the same thing but select "Show boosts from..."

#MastoTips #FediTips #Mastodon #Boosts

With #PeerTube, it’s easy to subscribe to channels πŸ“Ί. You will be notified when a video is published and will get those videos in a dedicated page.
πŸ‘‰ joinpeertube.org/ #FreeTheAudience

So today I've been redirected to Twitter multiple times to read threads/stories and it made me realize 2 things:

1) I didn't have the urge to login so I'm proud of myself having self-control (while also forgetting to take my meds).

2) A lot of people have interesting things to share (i.e. stories, research articles, experiences, etc.) and it hurts a little to see them limit themselves to a social media platform with character limits. Threads are great, but I'd spend the time to read pages.

Write Freely :writefreely: is another type of server on the Fediverse :fediverse:

Its focus is entirely on long form text posts, so things like articles, essays, stories etc. It has a very minimalist interface which aims to be as distraction-free as possible, so that it's easier for readers to actually read.

You can follow Write Freely accounts from Mastodon etc because they are both on the Fediverse.

There's more info on the official site at writefreely.org and you can follow the project at @writefreely

You can get a Write Freely account from servers listed at writefreely.org/instances or at fedidb.org/software/writefreel

There are official apps at writefreely.org/apps

#WriteFreely #FediTips #Fediverse

Only with time you'll be able to learn the ropes of the Fediverse. Because it may look like Twitter. But the lack of algorithms means you have to actively look for people to follow and talk to. There are very few gamified engagement carrots for you to crave here.
The things that make Twitter so much more "engaging" are the very same that make it a toxic hellhole.

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When I started here in 2018, I felt I didn't need to commit to alternative social networks. That it was okay to do both Twitter and Mastodon and... Just see what happens.
But in never committing, I never made the painful step to unlearn toxic behavior that's fueled by the corporate "social" networks. I craved the drama, people spewing hate. Mastodon seemed boring.

To make the jump, you have to commit. Not wait.

Genuinely interested in a wide response on this so boosts are appreciated.

When it comes to working from home, "distractions" are:

Anyone interested in doing a little testing of Lord of Terror?

It's a Second Guess System based Diablo inspired dungeon crawler. SGS generally does bare bones single page solo journaling games, but with each release, I've expanded that scope- from duo games to rudimentary character creation and more.

LoT is the biggest departure with three different classes with xp/level based progression and skills all on the same journaling base.
#rpg #ttrpg #sologame

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I have a Coinbase account that I only use for fun. I don't do any serious investing and I never plan to withdraw any of it, it's literally a video game to me.

That being said, I really enjoy making little music videos whenever the crypto market crashes, here's the one I made today. 🀣

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Mindly.Social is a friendly Mastodon instance (short form social media) I created for people who want to use their brains and their hearts. πŸ§ πŸ’–