Kino.social is a quiet site where you can watch nice films without any distractions or tracking:
All of the movies are creative commons or public domain titles, embedded from either PeerTube or Archive.org. (There are no YouTube titles due to YT's invasive privacy policies.)
The selection is still very small as we've just started, and we're trying to avoid the "firehose" approach of archive.org.
Post a reply if you have suggestions for films to be added.
Sometimes they are just bad...
The eagle eyed will spot that color management settings are broken in that video - too easy to mess it up in blender's sequencer, imo.
if ur from frank herbert's estate pls don't sue me i drew this for free with love
a bit of a simple one, I'm focusing on doing these really fast for now.
Hopefully something good will eventually emerge out of speed and simplicity
Our presence here is an experiment of sorts. We hope our time translates to getting us closer to freedom for our caged members and ultimately, #prisonabolition
We're in the midst of a nationwide (and Canada too) #prisonstrike
Learn more at incarceratedworkers.org/prison-strike
I'm going to have to get along to see this: "catch animations from women, trans and non-binary creators at this new London show"
Their raison d'être? "Punanimation was initially formed in 2015 as a Facebook group, with the aim to empower, promote and connect women, trans and non-binary people working in the largely male animation and motion industry."
This has been your wholesome toot (tm) of the day
Today a driver waved me along across the street but they waved excitedly like they were really happy to see me biking there and it was contagious
- publishing blog posts and comments to ActivityPub-compliant servers, letting users follow/reply to/share/like these via other compliant services
- @-mentioning other ActivtyPub actors (e.g. Mastodon users) in posts and comments
- commenting on posts from Mastodon or other ActivityPub services
I've written up some technical notes at https://gist.github.com/jdormit/1049324b95e5096be20ee9ad1d749104. I'd appreciate feedback, so please comment there!
HEY EVERYONE! WE CAN SAY "FUCK TERFS" NOW
BOOST TO SAY "FUCK TERFS"
Since I like it on Mastodon, here's a list of links I like to pass around to potential new users. Show more
Elevator pitch for why Mastodon is better than Twitter: https://www.codesections.com/blog/mastodon-elevator-pitch/
Really informal further reading: https://medium.com/@GinnyMcQueen/toot-how-to-intro-to-mastodon-e5655bfa87d2
An increasingly less brief guide: https://github.com/joyeusenoelle/GuideToMastodon/
You've joined, now what? A more formal guide of what there is to actually do: https://kevq.uk/how-does-mastodon-work/
A list of Good instances to start: https://instances.noct.zone/
If there are any organizations who are looking for angry black developers, please dont hesitate to get in touch.
Some of my self imposed, often honoured in the breach WOB rules:
- square 1024x1024 resolution
- 100 frames or less
- fast to do
- wob a day
- 24 fps
- don't plan
W.O.B.* posts from a non-binary blender wobber
* Weird Object Ballet
Mastodon.ART — Follow friends and discover new ones. Publish anything you want & not just art of all types: links, pictures, text, video. All on a platform that is community-owned and ad-free.