Seen at an unpermitted community garden: "The Goose and the Common," a 17th century poem protesting enclosure. #ourstreets
discussion of historical context: https://wewererogue.tumblr.com/post/188396888491/feyariel-we-are-rogue-karasu-dono
tiny thing to fight surveillance capitalism
urls often contain tracking information added to the end of them. when you are linking articles, stuff like the "utm_source" and "fbclid" sections allow people to track where you got the link from and how you are spreading it. this allows cops & corps to map out social groups.
while you can remove that stuff by hand, there's a firefox/chrome addon called "neat URL" that comes with an existing blocklist that automatically cleans off a lot of that stuff.
not up to much lately, just building worlds and learning how to watercolor
Hometown is adapted from Mastodon, a decentralized social network with no ads, no corporate surveillance, and ethical design.