Hi Fediverse, Happy to have joined. Long overdue!
Hi, I'm just joined social.coop (having been over on mastodon.social for a few months), and intend this to be my main Mastodon instance. I'm keen on the #indieweb movement and co-operative principles (my first job leaving school was working for a co-op!). When I saw that like-minded people were already over here I decided to take the plunge myself, so here I am :) #introduction: https://raretrack.uk/2017/hi-im-just-joined-socialcoop-having-been-over-on-mastodonsocial
My #rabbit just broke out of her cage and peed and pooped everywhere and knocked over stuff in my little rabbit room. When I discovered this, she was lounging inside her cage, relaxed and pleased, basking in the sunshine of her chaos. Sometimes I wonder about the morality of keeping animals, but then I see how content they appear to be in my care. What do you all think about keeping #pets?
If you stay absolutely still, the eclipse won't be able to see you, and you'll be safe.
Coming to a town square near you (politics)
First time on the fediverse and I'm happy I found a cool experiment like social.coop.
I came here to network with people of like minds. Currently working a wage job and getting my feet wet in a bit of activism.
@mayel While there's a philosophical argument for it, functionally, I don't necessarily think no interest is optimal for maximizing the capital mobilized by a campaign. Someone who might be willing to put $1k into a campaign at inflation, might be willing to put in $10k at inflation + 1%, so trying to suss out the sweet spot where a community campaign can maximize community capital while undercutting the returns of extractive lenders.