How to find people to follow on Mastodon 

- Search for hashtags and follow people who use them
- Use your local and global timelines for people who have things in common with your instance
- Make sure replies are showing in your timeline to see who the people you follow usually interact with
- Follow someone when a good post is reshared in your timeline
- Go to specific instances and browse their member directory
- Introduce yourself using #introduction, follow back whoever follow you

Have fun!

@puurava once you're at their account page you can click follow. So long as you're logged in. The format is or whatever their account name is. Different servers but uses your same account to follow.

This is worth sharing.

It's an animated GIF where every frame is a valid QR code that leads to the "Never Gonna Give You Up" rickroll.

That's kind of amazing.

@pasture Maybe it was a "wallet" in an exchange?

Hopping on Weekend Youtube for some Fallout 76 casual Sunday dailies! Last stream before "stream-cation" this week!

Fyi I got this done and it was pretty effortless. RTX Voice is noticeably better. It now picks up my whispers fine and cuts out other noise. Previously it struggled and garbled up my whispers.

So for those running RTX Voice standalone beta like myself, we've got some work to do. Update to most recent Geforce drivers, uninstall RTX voice, install the new broadcast app, configure, and reset your mic inputs again in obs/discord/etc afterward.

On this weekend's Youtube streams I'm excited to start Spiderman! If anyone wants to hangout here's the channel link: for game streams. I know how rare it is to find someone streaming gaming content, and I'm happy to fill that void for the internet.

Someone needs to hear these words of encouragement right now like I did: TURN HDCP OFF ON YOUR PLAYSTATION SO IT WILL WORK WITH YOUR CAPTURE CARD

PVP viable not really but that's why they show PVE games such as AC:Valhalla in marketing for these services. Ultimately we need decent broadband infrastructure investments and removal of ridiculous caps before services like these can be widely viable.

Want to stream on Youtube but missing the chat bot features you had on Twitch? Here's a video to get you started doing just that:

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