BookWyrm is a platform for social reading! You can use it to track what you're reading, review books, and follow your friends. It isn't primarily meant for cataloguing or as a datasource for books, but it does do both of those things to some degree. With ActivityPub, it inter-operates with different instances of BookWyrm, and other ActivityPub compliant services, like Mastodon and Pixelfed. This means you can run an instance for your book club, and still follow your friend who posts on a server devoted to 20th century Russian speculative fiction. It also means that your friend on mastodon can read and comment on a book review that you post on your BookWyrm instance.
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A list of active and running Peertube instances. Seems to be kept up to date by monitoring the fediverse.
A decentralized video hosting network, based on free/libre software. Part of the Fediverse. Run your own instance or get an account on someone else's. Upload your videos so other folks can watch and download them. Set up your own personal Youtube. You can even run one at home.
Food for thought from FX.
A grassroots peer-based education project based around online learning and remote collaboration between small groups of students. They just started up so things are a little thin at the moment. This is an interesting experiment to keep your eye on. Creative Commons.
The homepage of the Open Graph protocol, a system of tags for turning web pages into smart objects in a social graph. Describes what kind of content it is (which implies how to treat it) and allows functionality to be imported from social media sites. Supplies much greater context for web pages. Includes multimedia content.
A collective aimed at activists that uses only OSS software and federated or decentralized software. Offers services that you can request accounts on or set up your own server and federate with them.
A portal site at which people share calendars of various sorts which you can watch using Outlook, Thunderbird, Sunbird, or Google Calendar. In Apple iCal format (which is fast becoming a standard).
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