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Monday, April 5, 2021

We spent the sunny weekend outide beautifully. Now it's the time to [[do]].

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Working on honing my [[daily meditation]] also working on [[daily routine]] I started [[roller skating]] finding new roomates in [[communal housing]] [[ownership vs commons]]

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2021-04-05

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[Peter Clark @plc asks](https://twitter.com/plc/status/1378928541962706950 ):

I really want a simple, thoughtfully private, not owned by a tech conglomerate, photo sharing app that is really nicely designed. like instagram in 2010. does this exist?

I answered with links to [[Micro.blog]] and the [[Sunlit]] client and [[ActivityPub]] powered [[Pixelfed]].

I think Pixelfed is probably the strongest foundation, with the bonus that you could pull in [[Mastodon]] and other ActivityPub content that included photos for a broader network.

I’ve talked to some artists and for them it’s about other inspiring artists on the platform and... people who buy the work they post.

Some social networks β€” like art or styles of photos β€” simply aren’t niche, so where do network effects come from? How do we get started?

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Stripe style documentation from [[Markdown]] written in [[GoLang]] and under the [[MIT License]].

Subdirectories and two new extensions to Markdown.

I would probably just use the same style and just use Jekyll as a more common and flexible [[SSG]].

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[Peter Clark @plc asks](https://twitter.com/plc/status/1378928541962706950 ):

I really want a simple, thoughtfully private, not owned by a tech conglomerate, photo sharing app that is really nicely designed. like instagram in 2010. does this exist?

I answered with links to [[Micro.blog]] and the [[Sunlit]] client and [[ActivityPub]] powered [[Pixelfed]].

I think Pixelfed is probably the strongest foundation, with the bonus that you could pull in [[Mastodon]] and other ActivityPub content that included photos for a broader network.

I’ve talked to some artists and for them it’s about other inspiring artists on the platform and... people who buy the work they post.

Some social networks β€” like art or styles of photos β€” simply aren’t niche, so where do network effects come from? How do we get started?

πŸ“• text contributed by @bmann πŸ”—

Stripe style documentation from [[Markdown]] written in [[GoLang]] and under the [[MIT License]].

Subdirectories and two new extensions to Markdown.

I would probably just use the same style and just use Jekyll as a more common and flexible [[SSG]].

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