Something a bit different today...
There's a really nice Fediverse admin on here called @stux who provides lots of free decentralised public services (public instances of Mastodon, PeerTube, Pixelfed, Matrix, Nitter, Invidious, Searx etc).
Stux is spending hundreds of euros a month so that these services remain free and operational.
Apparently Stux has had a tough time finding work recently, but has their own small business which provides web hosting.
If you're looking for a small indie hosting provider, this might be a really good choice as the money raised will help keep the Fedi going too:
(I'm sorry to embarass you Stux, but I think you deserve a shout-out for the good work you do!)
Al's Geek Lab is a video channel with in-depth looks at technology, retro computing and retro gaming. You can follow at:
If the videos aren't visible from your server yet, you can see them all at https://tilvids.com/a/alsgeeklab/videos
(If you followed this account before March 2022, please read this: https://mstdn.social/@feditips/107916542161347338)
@email@example.com The people of Ukraine are fighting to reaffirm basic ideas: That they are the master of their future–and not some foreign leader.
That it is the international law that counts and not the right of might. And that Putin must pay a high price for his aggression.
Dreamer by day, sysadmin by night, just a lonely soul in this vast universe trying to leave a mark every now and then
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