“RIP Twitter” (as we know it) is Twitter’s new status quo under Elon Musk… and the reason why, after years of use, I’ve finally stopped using Twitter.
With Mastodon’s rise in popularity, here’s a look at some basic Mastodon tips for new users of the federated social network.
As of late October 2022, Elon Musk finally owns Twitter, and is bringing about rapid changes. But will users (and myself) bother to stay?
I take a look at what the most popular sports leagues (and individual athletes/teams) are on the major social media platforms, from Facebook to TikTok.
With Meta putting an emphasis on pivoting to video for Instagram, I take a look at Instagram alternatives, from Flickr to Pixelfed.
This week came news that Elon Musk will buy Twitter for a whopping $44 billion. Where does this leave the social network’s users?
In this month’s blog status update, I’ve decided to switch to ClassicPress (again). Also, I’m trying out Mastodon as a Twitter alternative.
With Elon Musk now involved with Twitter, I take a look at some possible Twitter alternatives, from older networks such as Tumblr to newcomers like Mastodon.
Facebook announced it’s changing its parent company’s name to “Meta,” with plans to focus more on the so-called “metaverse.”
A look at five annoying aspects about websites, including site notifications, lack of HTTPS, and one of the most obnoxious, autoplaying videos.