I posted recently, on my Mastodon

Just cleaned up my social profiles. It’s so toxic. Towards a larger personal goal of mine - “#FediFirst” a complete guide to prioritize and switch to the fediverse over other corporate social media. I’ll blog on this later. Perhaps a video on PeerTube? 👀

#fediverse #privacy #minimalism

and yes I deleted the Snapchat app too.. 😄

< HOLD YOUR HORSES> Consider this article as an initial draft.. Something that will evolve as I complete the process.</>

As you know I’m a big fan of the fediverse and I blogged about me-switching to the fediverse a long while ago. If you want a quick guide to Mastodon checkou this guide on GitHub.

How it works

Post content to the decentralized fediverse ~ reboost it, cross platfrom and garner organic growth.


I need to get a hugo shortcode for this but Ofcourse this is available on YouTube as well.

Post content to PeerTube a day or two before it goes to YouTube, post to Mastodon and use IFTTT to auto fetch the rss feed and post the link to your toot to Twitter.

It siphons the user previously trapped in propietary, shadow banning, non future proof platforms into the fediverse.

Fediverse does not belong to one person or entity. You as a user can host an instance or join an instance which caters to your interests. Instances are like villages, there’s one for everybody

In the normie world, Facebook, Twitter and Google are the instances.

These mega villages and Google and Facebook don’t allow federation. I can’t follow people on Instagram from my Twitter account. Likewise I can’t like a YouTube video from my Instagram or Twitter. This is the way it’s designed.

Why? Surveillance Capitalism.

I’ll quote some paragraphs from - blog.joinmastodon.org

The social network that is Mastodon isn’t really Mastodon. It’s bigger. It’s any piece of software that implements ActivityPub. That software can be wildly different in how it looks and what it does! But the social graph–what we call the people and their connections–is the same.

  • Mastodon is the software built around 500-character text posts.
  • You want a video platform? That’s PeerTube.
  • You want something centered on photos and pictures? PixelFed is here.
  • You want to write long, rich blog posts? Plume is in development.

Facebook simply cannot give anyone the power to do anything, because that power will always, ultimately, reside in Facebook itself, which controls both the software, the servers and the moderation policies.

No, the future of social media must be federation. The ultimate power is in giving people the ability to create their own spaces, their own communities, to modify the software as they see fit, but without sacrificing the ability of people from different communities to interact with each other. Of course, not every end user is interested in running their own little social network — just like every citizen isn’t interested in running their own little country.

Consider what Klinman said:

“Facebook is essentially running a payola scam where you have to pay them if you want your own fans to see your content. If you run a large publishing company and you make a big piece of content that you feel proud of, you put it up on Facebook. From there, their algorithm takes over, with no transparency. So, not only is the website not getting ad revenue they used to get, they have to pay Facebook to push it out to their own subscribers. So, Facebook gets the ad revenue from the eyeballs on the thing they are seeing, and they get revenue from the publisher. It’s like if The New York Times had their own subscriber base, but you had to pay the paperboy for every article you wanted to see.”

When the linear timeline was removed in favor of their own algorithmic sort, they removed our control over the conversation entirely. Instead of you and your friends in discourse with each other, you’re talking around the sources of content you’re being told to see, read, and like. You are in direct competition with a corporate notion of your personal history, identity, and relationships.

Fedi is acutally a social network, most people are much kinder and respectful than an algo driven hate fueled social network.

To be added soon.. Consider this article as an initial draft.. Something that will evolve as I complete the process.</>

As a creator, you should be under control. Period.

To ensure your content is available in a chronological, non algorithmic feed to the user. For the user it would mean, getting actutal feeds of content that they subscribed to. Less fake news, more privacy, sovereignity and portability.

Please your audience, not advertisers.