Apparently taken in New Zealand in 1965, this is one of nearly 4000 public domain photos I have posted to the Floyd R. Whitmore Public Domain Photo Archive, an online archive of my grandfather's photos, donated to the public domain before copyright expiration.

I really wish I had the time (and energy, focus, etc.) to rebuild the archive on the custom software I have in mind. Someday...

I keep using Twitter despite hating it, I guess for no better reason than that I recognize people there and gain otherwise-lacking social interaction. (Most connections there are too weak to call those people "friends.") I sometimes refer to Twitter as a cesspit. But is it, really? Or is Twitter -- and all online interaction -- just a lens clarifying typical aspects of average people?

I suppose I should post an toot.

I joined my first online community in the early 1980s -- a Minibin BBS. I started my own first online community in the early 1990s -- a Wildcat! BBS.

I've been developing Web content and apps since the mid 1990s and was employed as a "Webmaster" (lol, I hate that term now) and "Web Developer" until my career imploded.

Also an indie/self-pub author. Also... lots of other things. Too little time, too many ideas and projects!

Finally... I joined the Mastodon subculture. Er, I mean, user community. :D I've been intending to do so for quite some time, but inexplicably never got around to it until now.

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