I made a script that lets me turn my #Mastodon #Bookmarks into an #RSS feed:
You can download it here: https://neil.mckillop.org/mastodon_rss
I mostly use the bookmark feature on Mastodon as a 'read later', this way I can save a list in my rss reader and mark them individually as read (my browser bookmarks etc also go into that category).
When you receive a commission asking: 'Please could you paint a Friday night at pub kicking out time, with all the fights, kebabs, and throwing up in gutters, but in the style of the Bayeux Tapestry?'
A fine example of what I can only describe as avant-Romanesque by Jim'll Paint It.
FediFollows has been on the #Fediverse for one year! 🎉 🎂
A huge thank you to everyone who suggested accounts so far, and to the accounts themselves 👏
Hand-curated directories are often seen as old-fashioned, but I think they have a role in getting people started on new decentralised social media.
FediFollows currently has 2.3K followers across a wide range of instances, so even people who don't follow me are more likely to see these interesting accounts in their hashtag searches.
Linus Torvalds to an antivaxer https://lore.kernel.org/ksummit/CAHk-=wiB6FJknDC5PMfpkg4gZrbSuC3d391VyReM4Wb0+JYXXA@mail.gmail.com/
watched The American Astronaut off the back of @neil's recommendation and it was super interesting. it was a little silly in places but visually it was so exciting, the costumes and set designs were fantastic and the high contrast black and white works so well, channelling the aesthetic of old silent films. the scene in the space barn and and the performance on Jupiter were a real highlights.
it says a lot about a film when i'm still thinking about it weeks later, a definite recommend!
Succinct, no nonsense explanation of why it is accurate to say we are experiencing a planetary emergency.
Ladies and Gents, Skynet has become self aware.
A rogue killer drone 'hunted down' a human target without being instructed to, UN report says
@yaggah I think by default all users have 1gb, would be happy to increase that if needed. The server has 2tb.
@mike67it @fatboy There's the obvious command line solution of just rsyncing the data somewhere. Alternatively, you can set up the client on both machines and have it sync the data to your desktop (works exactly like dropbox) - if you both mark your main folders as "shared" and give each other read permission, then you can tell the client to sync that too (so you'll both have each others data, available offline, in case anything happens to the server).
A place for communities in and around Glasgow, Scotland.