the super cool thing about computers is that they can transform and filter data efficiently and I think it's a shame when the immense resources poured into their creation is wasted on providing companies a platform where they fight to pull users into their walled garden and/or enslave their attention to generate ad revenue.
I've talked before about how I think we'll see "digital nations" and "digital citizenship" within my lifetime.
As we spend more and more time online and these internet cultures come into play, I think that eventually where you cyber-live at online will become super important to your identity.
Like one of the main issues I have with the way we do citizenship and stuff in the "real world" is that it is pretty much locked in by what country you plopped out of at and your parents.
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.