Implied Space: The Fediverse

 

 I have entered the Fediverse, and started an account on Mastodon – @JPK_elmediat@Mastodon.Art .

For more information on the Fediverse, and my motivation, observations, and experience in establishing the account, see the post, To Mastodon, the Fediverse, and Beyond!  on my Media Literacy blog.

Those of you with Twitter accounts, should check this  out. Anyone interested in Media Literacy, social media platforms such as blogs & Twitter, and the impact of social media on changing cultural norms and social issues, will find the post’s information of value.

7 thoughts on “Implied Space: The Fediverse

    1. elmediat

      I will be probably doing another post on the Mastodon Twitter divide. A combination of personal reactions and media Literacy observations keep growing. The EU has established their own Instance on Mastodon. This is a potential game changer, and it is an obvious response to Twitter’s very dramatic Musk moment. lots to consider. Your photography and music, combined with your thoughts & interest in literature would make a good fit on Mastodon.Art. 🙂

    2. elmediat

      I’ve been looking about Mastodon – it has a geography of places, regions and ideas. Just been looking through tags and communities. (joinmastodon.org/communities)
      Found this, and thought you might want to check it out. https://toot.wales/explore

  1. Ooops! I accidentally hit “Send” before I was finished. Anyway, I’ve heard a lot about Mastodon but you’re the first person I “know” who’s there. Thank you for posting this!! 🥰👋

  2. elmediat

    The overall community atmosphere of the Instances are very different from Twitter. As I grew accustomed to it, I found more to write about social media platforms. I tried to provide as much information as possible to help others who are considering joining. It also provided an interesting & topical concern for Media Literacy and Mass Media Principles.

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