@kensanata Now, a whole new question/thread: any plan to provide syncing with Trunk? Going back and re-tapping the follow button to catch whoever's new isn't _that_ big a pain, but it'd be really neat if Trunk acted as a living repository of people self-nominating to a particular topic.
Me vs. procrastination, still, again
(Photo is a scary monster, credit to Teresa Zgoda. Apparently this is a pork tapeworm. https://www.boredpanda.com/nikon-small-world-photomicrography-competition-2017-winners/)
Fun: The Verge is launching a new series on the #future of #music. Starts August 23rd!
Anyone on here involved in #education? I work at a midsize Canadian university. (Mostly trying to get a few interesting hashtags going! Interesting to me, at least, ha)
More #dumbquestions about Mastodon: is there any way to save searches outside of apps? I know I can pin them, Tweetdeck-style.
@ashfurrow By the way, I noticed on onboarding that the language around the Community Policy is a little unclear:
> We adhere to an adopted version of the TootCat Code of Conduct and follow the Toot Café list of blocked instances.
By "adopted", does it mean "We've adopted the TootCat Code ...", or should it actually be "adapted", as in we've made modifications?
Also: anyone have any strong opinions on Mac Mastodon apps? Whalebird (https://github.com/h3poteto/whalebird-desktop) seems the most well-maintained, but I'm actually enjoying a nativefier (https://github.com/jiahaog/nativefier) version of mastodon.technology more than Whalebird.
(I do love a good dedicated app for things I use frequently, rather than using up a browser tab.)
#Aiga campain, "Anonymously Report the #Design #Bullies in Your Life"
The Incogneato system used is not very explicit.
Beyond the storytelling and the buzz, #whistleblowing could look like a good idea. But we have seen at http://wearegraphicdesigners.be that discussing with clients/partners that do not respect (or simply know) #goodpractices is better, at least for a first approach.
PhD student in Management (IS) studying how the world is changed. Constantly distracted by systems/design thinking, leadership practice, & (social) innovation.
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