The upsides of enshittification

Daft Social exists, is free to use and has the energy of an Ello/Posterous elegy combined with a punk zine's middle finger and a grin.
"Kind Words" exists, costs $5 on Steam and is the latest game to break my heart with real human connection.
Every time a Big Platform breaks something for us on purpose, you grieve and fume a little.
But then, sometimes, you code back.

"Oh, the periphery
They throw good parties there"
(Fiona Apple)

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