🚲 Fabián Heredia 🌹 is a user on social.coop. You can follow them or interact with them if you have an account anywhere in the fediverse.

🚲 Fabián Heredia 🌹 @fabianhjr@social.coop

I cant believe people actually read and write emails with ads on the screen.

Acabo de regresar del concierto de recaudación de Ameyalli Aguilar Guerrero para irse a estudiar al Conservatorio de Niza.

Si viven en la o pueden donar algo aquí esta la info (o retootear también ayuda):
ameyalliaguerrero.wixsite.com/

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@hroark Bueno, pero a ella no le dan promoción, creo que ni en un comercial de chicles sale, ¿me explico?, a ella no le hacen sus propios tenis, no sale usando un desodorante famosos o modelando rompa interior, NADA. Simplemente a ella no la toman en cuenta: al otro sí lo promocionan, lo comercializan, lo muestran, x eso vende tanto. No por el talento. Y me parece q eso es x el género, compañero. Ya sabes lo q dicen: "el futbol es un deporte p/hombres", esto lo dice tooooodo el sistema. Pero ellas juegan, y hasta meten más goles. ¿Por qué no les dan la misma publicidad? Espero haber explicado lo que yo veo. Saludos.

hi so
i am a journalist, socialist, antifascist writer
fat jew
anxious but resolved fighter
soft hearted and shit
trilingual
lover and a fighter
i almost work too hard you know?
no weaknesses

Acabo de regresar del concierto de recaudación de Ameyalli Aguilar Guerrero para irse a estudiar al Conservatorio de Niza.

Si viven en la o pueden donar algo aquí esta la info (o retootear también ayuda):
ameyalliaguerrero.wixsite.com/

social.coop/media/_nxS9d_aTqKz

New artwork I created for a short sci-fi story in MIT Technology Review magazine by futurist Karl Schroeder. Check it out, especially if you like techno-dystopian stuff: technologyreview.com/s/611829/

Most technologists approach the solution to the current hostile, warped internet as "let's solve the tech!" and forget that governance is a problem we need to solve too.

So I guess first off, thanks to social.coop for existing. I'm a pretty firm believer that the current model of "every site is a fiefdom" only scales well if we have lots of small fiefdoms, instead of a few large fiefdom (Facebook, Twitter, Google). Even then, modelling everything as individually run fiefdoms sucks. I'm glad that within the network of fiefdoms, someone's trying "democracy".

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By the way, I have a big (and growing) collection of #anarchist and #solarpunk resources on my tumblr. Check it out if you need ideas for projects, #directaction or #mutualaid

socalledunitedstates.tumblr.co

Hey sunbeamers, our instance has grown a lot and we had to upgrade to a bigger masto.host plan.

We are currently in the process of moving to our own server where we could host cool solarpunk themed stuff like peertube in addition to mastodon.

Everything will be owned and operated collectively by the members, that could be you, you can join us on matrix there matrix.to/#/!lkJOtMXwdMwEROwNi
and you can become a member of the cooperative by pledging 1$ a month there opencollective.com/sunbeam-cit

see you 🌞

@h Yeah, in this case in particularly I am extremely suspicious given the second tweet in your initial post: "Federation is the worst possible thing" (paraphrasing) That takes away any benefit of the doubt I would have initially given--that's a very sweeping, strong statement to make for someone who says they support decentralization. If that's the worst thing that could happen, I would very much like to know what the best thing would be.

@debugninja There has never, in the history of mankind, been a bad time to leave facebook.

if you fancy reading about dark deleuze on a sunny sunday afternoon - here's the drive.google.com/file/d/1sRdRn (a 2017 book btw)

sitting in my nice little apartment watching netflix and browsing the fediverse with the balcony doors open as it rains outside :flow:

to work in any complex field we need #networkliteracy to connect us to 3 spaces:

1) loose social networks, which provide us with a view of the frontiers of our knowledge

2) communities of practice to develop more complex understanding and knowledge amongst our peers

3) contribute as members of teams working on complex problems

jarche.com/2018/04/out-on-the-

Big name leftist accounts refusing to leave the unjust system that enriched them are a pretty good metaphor for the limits of people embracing socialism when capitalism has made them rich.

@Hedonicrunner So yeah, I def worry my ability to promote my book when it's come out has been hurt since we've all moved over here. Absolutely. But it's more that I only get to make more books if I sell this one well. And that's capitalism. I should be able to make books without worrying if I starve.

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