A beginner’s guide to Mastodon : https://www.theverge.com/2017/4/7/15183128/mastodon-open-source-twitter-clone-how-to-use
I will be giving a talk about #ActivityPub next week at the “Building a European Cultural Backbone” convention.
I made an image for a future blog post explaining the Fediverse.
An SVG can be downloaded here: https://seafile.aetherrauschen.de/f/d5d0a49ce4064ea0a53d/
It's free to use for everyone and for all purposes (public domain).
Introduction to “I2P”: Your own internet – secure, private and free
Hello, scholar social! Here's my #introduction
I'm here from the Ecology & Evolutionary Biology dept at the University of Toronto and the Palaeobiology dept at the Royal Ontario Museum.
I'm a PhD Candidate studying growth and life history in extant and extinct cats, using both observational data (collected by others) and data from the growth record preserved in bone (collected by me)! See below for what a fossil Smilodon bone looks like under the microscope 👀
Hello Mastodon art people! I’m Julia, an illustrator and naturalist from Germany. I’ve quit all social media a few years ago because addictive algorithms, ads, infinite scrolling and tracking surveillance were killing my creativity.
Mastodon is likely the last social media experiment I’ll try. Here are some birds for you, because although I’ve left Twitter, I love drawing birds.
#MastoArt #art #illustration #birds #watercolor #TraditionalArt
(1) A detection of a proto-planet in the TW Hya Disk. It's currently somewhere around the size of Neptune, but still growing!
(2) 30 new Hot Jupiters from TESS! (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite)
(3) a sub-Earth planet around Proxima Centauri, our nearest neighbor! @asmasca
I don't use watercolour all that much, I mostly work with pastel, (either soft or oil). I do enjoy the change of pace it gives me from time to time, and it of course allows for lots more detail on a small scale than pastel can.
This is a #watercolour painting of an #echeveria plant. I used Gansai Tambi Japanese watercolours and bamboo paper for this piece.
I suppose I should write a self introduction. My name is Rachel Thorn. I'm a cultural anthropologist, and have studied manga & comics from the perspective of gender for more than 30 years. I helped create the Department of Comic Art at Kyoto Seika University in 2000, and taught in that program until last year, when I moved to the newly created Faculty of Global Culture. I have been translating manga into English for 32 years, and 5 of my translations have been nominated for Eisner Awards.
One with poor memory, who constantly tries to broaden his knowledge.
Thinking to make his own video game on Godot engine.
Small instance for inner circle. Languages: Russian, English. Topics: Positive, creative, scientific and a little bit of funny sides of life.