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@youri : not "pro", it's too heavy. Anyway, I simply don't go to Facebook anymore ;-)

@MixMax : de moi, à ma connaissance (on ne sait jamais si on a pas été influencé inconsciemment)

Rien n'est vécu par ceux qui cherchent à vivre tout.

Is it me or Facebook is awfully slow (read "unusable") on a Macbook 2016? I thought it was @AdGuard blocking some stuff and didn't pay attention (I saw it as a feature as I stopped visiting Facebook).

But now, even without Adguard, it is still slow on @firefox or @googlechrome

Ma première pensée a été : « C'est vrai que les vieux envahissent tout, c'est pas mal qu'on reste entre jeunes »
Ma seconde : « Snapchat le fait déjà en fait. Et moi je suis dans les vieux ».

Mais en fait, c'est un âge "minimal", c'est moins rigolo. mamot.fr/media/hT9t9rAtTYNfn5u

Encore quelques mois et Mastodon deviendra le deuxième réseau social où j'ai le plus d'abonnés (après Twitter).

joindiaspora.com/people/4cfe75

Je ne sais pas si ça a du sens mais en tout cas, la comparaison avec Diaspora me semble assez flagrante…

Discovering that medias are full of shit about a field you know fairly well : level 1, journalists.

Discovering that academic and acclaimed experts in a field have less understanding that any rational 15 years old discovering the subject : level 9000, economists.

I've this dream of an anti-ego social network. You could follow people, reshare or reply. But there would be no like. Reshare and followers counts would be hidden. No notification for reshare. You would have no way to know who is famous or not.

theatlantic.com/amp/article/55

@Gargron @digitalfox @Azure @starbreaker @chr : on my personal side, I appreciate a lot being able to hide boost/favourite from my notifications. It's a lot more zen, I'm not looking after that fake metric like I'm still doing on Twitter.

@Gargron @digitalfox @Azure @starbreaker @chr : yes but that metric is completely, utterly wrong. (but easy to use) Interesting read:
theatlantic.com/amp/article/55

I agree that this would be a very strong move. It means building something very very different than what exist today. It's a choice. Either Mastodon wants to be a free/decentralised replacement of Twittter or it wants to be something new.

Neither is good or bad, it's a matter of choice.

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Au-delà de la prouesse technique, #ElonMusk a quand même un petit côté Zorglub, non ? framapiaf.org/media/mj9Xzx5mqh

– They sent a car into their local planetary space, said the chairwoman of the galactic council.
— It means they are still transporting themselves in big chunks of metal. And they are proud of it.
— Indeed. I think we will all agree to delay their acceptance into the council.

@Gargron @starbreaker : even if we speak about 0.01 eurocent per follower? Meaning you would pay 0.1€ per month to follow 1000 people?

@Thomas : oui, quand il se réveille toutes les 2h pour voir si sa mère est encore là ...

Le symbole est quand même moche: vu que la terre est envahie de bagnoles, on les envoie dans l'espace.

@HgO @tierce @petitevieille @Olm_e : ça, c'est clair. Mais il ne fait que révéler une certaine partie de la nature humaine…

The next social media will hide the number of following/followers. And will make you pay a very small sum to follow someone.

No more klout-like contests. No more advertising. You will be paid because your followers find that you post quality content.

@Olm_e @HgO @petitevieille Biais purement idéologique, quasi religieux, mais qui ne repose sur rien qu'une intuition.

Or, même si une personne a mille milliards de dollars, quel est le problème si le plus pauvre a accès à tout ce que nous considérons comme vital ?