Richard Hall Online

A Methodist Minister Blogging like it’s 2006

Thoughts on Mastodon

Good stuff from Seth’s blog

It’s inconvenient. You can’t get started in ten seconds. This leads to less initial stickiness. It means that the people who get through the learning curve are more likely to be committed and perhaps generous. In the early days of email, of Compuserve, of AOL, of the web, of just about every network I’ve been part of, these early users created a different sort of magic. It never lasts, but it’s great to see.






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