Hm, it looks like Diaspora "ignore" doesn't actually apply to comments from a user, just their posts.
Seems like the sort of thing that would have been ironed out early on.
The thing I grieve most for future generations is that they may never experience the joy of Iron Maiden "Powerslave" for fear that it is "Dad Rock".
Hey, can I just say, because capitalist propaganda is so hard to unlearn:
If you have a job, any kind of job at all, I'm so proud of you. This shit is hard. Working, period, is hard.
And if you don't have a job? That doesn't make you lesser than the people who do have one.
We all deserve the same level of respect as human beings. Capitalism fails to uphold what should be a law of human rights.
Label: (takes all legal means of obtaining music offline).
Musician: I don't make any money off of my music
Youtube: Hey kid, tough going. Here's a nickel. Call someone who cares.
Really getting tired of bands being on Bandcamp and then signing to a particular label and having their entire Bandcamp discography vanish.
Because if you look up "The Browning" you'd be hard pressed to find any of their previous albums at all.
I don't understand musicians and the music industry sometimes.
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Good God there are some folks on G+ that are trying really hard to defend their choice of going over to the platform, to the point where their entire stream is defending the CEO.
I'm wondering what day the ceremony is and where they're registered.
Just banging the drum for Mastodon, but doing it my own way.
I also feel compelled to say: while I've dropped my main source of income, I'm not at serious risk of being kicked out of my apartment or etc and many people are on harder times. I'm doing contracting and I have a savings buffer. Partly I am trying to put my excess privilege to good use because I don't think there are many people who are in the position I'm in who *can* and have the experience I do.
If it's between donating to me and something more urgent in your life, take care of yourself.
King Crimson is one of the few bands I know of that can write a pop song that makes musicians tremble from time signature fatigue.
I just had the exact conversation that proves we’re all fucked forever, thanks for coming to my TED talk.
The great thing about computers is that they're so consistent.
Save for when they aren't.
Ok, so now I need to follow a bunch of people here to talk about roleplaying games, history, de-colonization, how cool rocks are, probably some other stuff. I guess ping this if that sounds cool to you and I'll follow you back?
Octodon is a nice general purpose instance. more