For me it's mostly a principle of the matter thing. The whole privacy and decentralized aspect.
Additionally, people tend to respect the controversial topics and put them in content warning tags.
Hi and welcome. I don't know if you use twitter at all, commonly referred to as birdsite here.
But basically I use it mostly to toot any releases of my (rare) blog posts, and other tech news I want to share with people. I follow some people that are mostly also techies, but don't make a specific point about what kind of tech they're in.
Aside from that, it's also common for everyone to make an introductory post with the introduction hashtag.
Alternatively, you could try this plugin: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/addon/twitch_5/
Sollen wir den Engländern zeigen wie wir warmes und kaltes wasser von gleichen Wasserhahn bekommen?
Gruß von München
Hello, Germany here. Lüften is serious business for us. And these windows are the most useful things ever. Our balcony doors also use this amazing hinge system.
It's nice because we can leave the window open when no one is home without fear of anyone climbing in through the windows because the hinge simply doesn't allow it.
Now I'm going to open my window in my office because it hasn't been lüftet yet.
DST strikes again. I've gotten pretty good at dealing with timezones, but daylight savings..... (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻
Full Stack .NET web dev.
Advocate of F# and functional programming
Can plug in a USB plug on the first try (USB-C)
This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either!