Developing/promoting FTW! But we need a level of quality control and curation that can be hard to maintain.

When we point lay-people to all the alternatives to the , their first impression needs to be more enticing.

Beyond the dazzling array of 'instances' or 'hubs' or whatever they they don't have the energy to get their head around, they'll also sometimes encounter things that are just broken.

Like the demo for , an 'alternative to FaceBook'.


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