@s2art Interesting. It says it's designed as a social network, but does it have networking features that allow you to choose to connect with specific users? Or do you just see a generic feed showing the posts from all members of the platform?
The limitation of 100 posts is almost an invitation to use the platform in artistic ways. The imposition of the restriction means I wouldn't use it the way I would use another social network, but would be more inclined to use my limited posts creatively.
@dzshuniper still early days for me, however, I've had an interaction, so, this may drive my comments moving forward, as best I can tell the interactions DON'T count towards your post limit
@dzshuniper just a generic feed, you can connect by replying and there is no limit to that. I had the same idea re: artistic uses, but my creative writing skills are abysmal
@s2art I'm not particularly creative myself, but sometimes having a structure helps give me ideas. I guess I just like the idea that an artwork (looks like this was created by an artist after being commissioned by a gallery) could spawn further creative responses...
@dzshuniper my creative urges are entirely visual. So text is aways a struggle. What I like about Ben Crosser's work is while the concepts seems simple enough they're balanced by simple elegant design as well and even though he's an academic he very quickly with his work gets to the rub as they say.
This is a Mastodon instance primarily for Australasian Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Records people, and anyone else who wants to hang out with them. We use the Hometown fork which enables local-only posts.