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Does anyone have experience with https://www.minds.com/

Just throwing this out to the #fediverse. i stumbled upon the site today and don't really know anything beyond what their homepage states. I'm curious to hear some thoughts on this, or if it's even worth delving deeper.

#opensource #ideas #minds

Hahaha:)) I don't think they have any relation with Ottoman Empire @Adam Gaskins Yes like most have it, it is a marketing paper. Still has some clues in it though. Agree their model like traditional corporate model. I found a few things interesting and I'm giving a try to see if those are working or how those work in real life.

Cool @Oya SANLI ! I'm interested to hear how your experience goes after some time using it! Good luck!

It's not that bad. They are serious about free speech. So you can post just about anything there as long as it's not illegal. They have a jury system where the users can participate, but I've never been asked to engage in "jury duty" on the site. The jury system is relatively new -- just released in the last month.

In the end it's like trying to describe how an orange tastes ... try it you might like it.




 

Despite my animosity towards Micro$oft... THIS IS COOL!!!


Now, don't get me wrong, there's a lot of cringe-worthy content in this HoloLens 2 presentation... I hate hearing them brag about their interface ideas as if they invented responsive and naturally intuitive UI. Those sort of irksome things aside, this idea itself is great! This really is where things have to go in the future. Imagine, with virtualization and remote access, having your Linux machines running with potentially infinite monitors, and remote consoles scattered all around, yet never hidden behind virtual desktops or windows...

That's a utopian view, and only the tip the iceberg. I'd so love this technology to grow in to something fundamentally non-proprietary and truly open, otherwise there could be some big problems from this technology. Just imagine the damage to young minds from having to learn to filter out a literal world of ads and marketing as they try to play a game, or so their homework online... Not to mention, the magnitudes more personal information this device deals with.

We cannot accept this sort of tech if marketing and information harvesting... show more
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