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Saying it again for new users: The official Mastodon apps kinda suck. They don't have the local/federated timelines that you'll see on itself so it might be harder to discover users and posts at first.

There's a bunch of third party apps which I recommend you try and see what feels best for you!

Hi! is being slow right now, as far as I can tell because there's twice as many people using it at the same time as ever have; I'm working on making it go fast again, but in the meantime, do remember to invite people to instead of directly to People don't have to be on the same server to follow you! Thanks!

Modeling a full #embargo on #Russian gas for Germany, worst case scenario, with 5 industry sectors coming to a full stop over night, results in a reduction of GDP of around 3%. Tough, but manageable. We had a pandemic drop of 4% and are still here. Source: various research. 1/2

This weekend I learned how you can enable DNS over HTTPS () or DNS over TLS () in and using configuration profiles.

Me trying to view upcoming events to see if I want to book at a local venue.

I guess not.

(Folks, don’t let Facebook hold your businesses hostage to their surveillance. Not all of us are willing to be tracked by Meta, Inc., for the privilege of patronising your establishment.)

Welcome all new users! :blobcathearts: :mastodon: :fediverse:

If you try to escape the Musk Twitter thing you are in the right place :blobcathug:

Good to know that killing innocent Ukrainians isn’t a breach of contract for Germany but asking for payment in rubles is.

10 000 people marched to Russian embassy in Helsinki to . Another large pro-Ukraine protest staring at Helsinki Senate Square. And today just happens to be the 30 year anniversary of diplomatic relations between and Ukraine!

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You can conquer a country but not its people.

If the Turkish people could send Greek, French, British, and even American forces packing after WW1 who says the brave people of Ukraine cannot prevail against the forces of that fucker Putin?

Meanwhile, we watch on in shame.


German lawmakers call on leader to cut Russia from vital SWIFT payments system

German lawmakers criticized Chancellor Olaf Scholz for not cutting Russia off from the vital high-security payment network, SWIFT, in the European Union’s latest round of sanctions on Moscow.

German Parliament member Norbert Röttgen, from the Christian Democrats party, said on Twitter that cutting Russia from SWIFT is the ''sharpest sword'' for sanctions, adding that: ''The SWIFT exclusion of Russia must not fail now because of Germany!''

RU/UK politics 

As a Russian citizen, I'm really sorry for what currently happens on Ukraine or in the world in general. I wish it would all stop new and be forgotten like a nightmare dream. Ukraine is our neighbor after all, with closely related languages and cultures, and this is great. Why couldn't we just live in peace?

Countries wants as many people to stand for defending their home. And I agree with this if we were attacked, but in this case we're the bad one here...

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