Six reasons Mastodon won’t survive

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William Shatner couldn’t find me on Mastodon.

This was a problem.

I couldn’t even find you https://t.co/keNUC3IOYd

– William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) April 5, 2017

Mastodon stomped onto the scene this week instantly generating some buzz as the anti-Twitter. It looks and feels like Twitter. but is not a part of it.

Mastodon is a free, open-sourced messaging platform that’s decentralized in the extreme (more on that later) and, since it lacks an SMS heritage, does not have a 140-character limit – 500 characters are just fine. It also offers public accounts, lots of post-level privacy controls and fully chronological timelines. Read more…

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