I wrote another blog post about decentralized social media; I tried twice before (a while back), but they didn't really come out as I'd hoped.
My goal with this one is to explain the concept to people who never heard of it and are also not the most tech-oriented. I don't want to go into too much technical detail, just make people aware
that such a thing exists. I'm sharing it here for anybody who feels like reading it and giving feedback. Just remember, though, that you are not
the intended audience
But if there's anything in there that's blatantly wrong, please let me know.
My reason for writing this is that I know from a friend who still is on Facebook that he has a few contacts who apparently have had enough - the smart ones, I guess. He himself is also thinking about dumping it, but I can work with him directly. This is something I want him to send to those of his friends who he wants to stay in touch with. An Overview Of Decentralized Social Networking « The Lazy Teddy
(For the impatient, there’s a link list at the bottom 😉 ) I already wrote two blog posts about federated social media after I first got onto diaspora* and then Friendica. Somehow they both got somewhat out of hand and went into way too much detail. You can read them here and here. Since I know of some people now who really want to get off the ...