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Bookmarked: COMPOST Even as existing digital infrastructure fails to embolden truth or bring people together, we are hopeful. In Fertile Grounds we explore how our decaying web can help new networks flourish.

This debut issue of COMPOST magazine features writing and art about technologies, protocols, and communities that enable authentic and trustful connections.

Our first issue shows the web’s potential to redistribute power and interoperate with other regenerative human systems.

They also challenge universalist views of technology, how locally-situated networks can give voice and agency to the marginalized.

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Super excited to see that @compost magazine's first issue is out!

Dispatches from the digital commons!

And they're here on!

ISSUE 01: Fertile Grounds has arrived! Our first issue contains eight creative pieces and a series of kaoani inspired animated GIFs. You can read it on the World Wide Web here >>

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Hello! Happy to be joining the fediverse as a member of 👋 🍄

We're a new magazine about the digital commons. We're a pilot for an open source tool called Distributed.Press, to publish works to multiple WWW/DWeb endpoints.

Check out our Call for Pitches, open until Dec 8:

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