less: "ditch twitter and go into private bubbles"
more: "still crosspost to/from twitter while cultivating a new community outside of a corporate hype vacuum, demonstrate to a digital behemoth you're willing to walk, practice creating the kinds of digital spaces we want to exist"

polarizing the bare notion of using anything other than twitter into being a reactionary/loyalist is propaganda. nothing is perfect, but doing nothing means you get what you're served. being involved with other people thinking about a better internet is a good start in itself ❤️


we can practice making healthier communication systems without ceding rhetorical ground, is maybe what I'm saying. and developing alternatives gives us something better than whatever pre-coopted "regulation" we'll be offered to work with.

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