For Microsoft Windows users who want to try out Gemini you can get a browser here:

Gemini is a new alternative to the web so 'geminaut' is like Chrome or Firefox or the Edge browser except for geminispace.

Gemini is much simpler than the web and is mostly text with links to other stuff that can then be downloaded.
Think: no cookies, no GoogleApis no sign in here to Facebook etc. It is perfect for personal pages and blogs, a bit like the Web in the early 1990s.

Here are some Gemini sites to get started with:

gemini:// ** a Search engine (hint try searching for Wikipedia)

cc @lps

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@dublinux this looks fun, I'm going to give it a spin, thanks!

Any places of interest to visit or look up?

Really? I follow his account and have never seen any evidence of that.

@dublinux I am telling you now.
You don't have to take my word for it, I'm sure there are some breadcrumbs everywhere

@kyzh @dublinux this is the first I am seeing this as well. I would like to know where this is coming from as I have been following them for a long time and have never seen anything that set off my transphobic sensors

Dann müsste man noch weiter zurück gehen. Von den, #Jahren damals, konnte nur Amerika #abhören. Die versprechen alle das ihre #Browser sicher sind. das #Elend siehst du erst später ich bleibe bei #Firefox
Then one would have to go back further. Of those #years back then, only America # could wiretap. They all promise that their #browser are safe. You won't see the #Elend until later, I'll stay with #Firefox

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