• Eugenia
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    2710 months ago

    In terms of reaching lots of people I haven’t had much luck with either Threads or Bluesky to be honest. I tried both, and I wasn’t really that impressed with crickets. The best are chronological feeds with or without keywords/hashtag searching. For that, I stay loyal to open source, federated systems. I get more eyes on chronologically-based social media than either of any of these corporate ones.

  • @paddirn
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    2610 months ago

    To paraphrase Gen. Hux: “I don’t care if Zuckerberg wins, I just need Musk to lose!”

    • @rageagainstmachines
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      2210 months ago

      Hmm idk, I’d really prefer they both lose. Because when either one wins, we all lose.

  • @NarrativeBear
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    410 months ago

    What’s the difference between Bluesky and Mastodon?

    • AndreTelevise
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      810 months ago

      Mastodon: open-source, in the fediverse, open for signups (depending on the instance)
      Bluesky: proprietary, invite-only (for now), not in the fediverse but has its own network of domains

  • id_kai
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    10 months ago

    I don’t get the appeal of Threads, even if it wasn’t run by Zuck. There’s no Followed tab, you see literally everyone unless you decide to mute everything you do t want (which is a lot), and the search sucks. Oh, and it’s not in chronological order.