I have so much I need to be doing today! Why now, G+? Why now?
We work so hard to build ways to communicate, and we are exceedingly clever at doing so, but sometimes it feels like we're all just being co-modified, y'know? Also, where is everyone and how will I keep track of people I've come to like and admire and rely on?
@meguey "Fuck," as the kids say, "capitalism."
that's because for some big corp like Google G+ is a *product*. And if it doesn't sell well, eventually it gets retired. :-(
A Mastodon instance for tabletop gamers.