watched too much "Good morning call" (very cute netflix show) - when wanting to answer "what a relief" the first that came to my mind was よかった (yukatta).
two weeks of holidays ahead - full fridge and no obligations😻
Hello all! I am an assistant prof. of computer science interested in data analysis and mining, computational geometry, computer game design and prototyping. I am working in Hacettepe University, Turkey. I wanted to give mastodon a try and hope to find a trusted medium for sharing my thoughts and collaborating with people. So, I really hope that this works :)
figuring out how the list-feature  works?
* Getting started > Lists to create a new list. Open list, click on settings button > Edit list. From there you can search for those you're following and add them to the list.
Important information listed on :
* Lists are private to their creator
* Only people you follow can be added to your lists
* If a follow stops existing, their list membership also stops existing
I always liked to discover new tools by going through Jane Hart's Top 200 Tools for Learning .
That's were I stumbled on www.blinkist.com today.
The concept of this service is the extraction of the essential facts and information of bestselling non-fiction books. Therefore using blinklist could be seen as a "you don't have to read the books" service... or to put it otherways quicker, faster, know it all.
While I see the benefits here I kinda mourn the reasons why you might want this.
Wegen zu intensiver Mastodonlektüre in die falsche Bahn gestiegen. Fröhlichen Feierabend!
Übrigens...neu hier. Juten Tach. ;)
yay :) it's weekend
Bookmarked: "Getting Started with Mastodon" by @ajroach42 #Mastodon101 http://ajroach42.github.io/getting-started-with-mastodon/
Preview of Local/Federated Feed for a given instance:
@buttros you can just follow people from other instances by searching them via @username@instancename .
In order to discover people you might take into public timelines of instances using http://www.unmung.com/mastoview?url=mastodon.social&view=local
Or use hashtags to find people with common interests.