🏛 Stoas near [[@agora/2021 04 04]]
📚 Node [[2021-04-04]]
↳ 📓 Resource [[@agora/2021 04 04]]
[Peter Clark @plc asks](https://twitter.com/plc/status/1378928541962706950 ):
I really want a simple, thoughtfully private, not owned by a tech conglomerate, photo sharing app that is really nicely designed. like instagram in 2010. does this exist?
- I answered with links to Micro.blog and the Sunlit client and ActivityPub powered Pixelfed.
- I think Pixelfed is probably the strongest foundation, with the bonus that you could pull in Mastodon and other ActivityPub content that included photos for a broader network.
- I’ve talked to some artists and for them it’s about other inspiring artists on the platform and... people who buy the work they post.
- Some social networks — like art or styles of photos — simply aren’t niche, so where do network effects come from? How do we get started?
- Thinking about Improving my note-taking. At the moment, I've just jotted down what it is that I currently do as food for thought on where the pain points are.
ox-agora continues to be functional, and I am enjoying sharing my content in Agora (https://anagora.org/@neil).
- A side benefit, or perhaps a full-fledged co-benefit, is that I have my notes always in a Foam-y/Obsidian-y format. I don't foresee myself moving away from org-roam anytime soon, but regardless I do like the idea of having my notes in a more portable format. I mean, org syntax is of course plain-text and readable, but it still has its own lock-ins, of sorts.
- I note here Jethro's use of
org-id-extra-filesin his export process. This could help me Preparing for org-roam v2.
- Twitter archive is now ready. Continuing Archiving my tweets in my garden with orger now then.