It works really well. If you have the URL of either a user or community, you can follow it from a Fediverse platform like Mastodon or Pleroma.
Example: follow @email@example.com to follow this account via Mastodon or Pleroma. To follow the Bookmarks community on Mastodon or Pleroma, follow @firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now, federated posts act weird on Pleroma/Mastodon. The title shows up as a CW, and your post will only have a text body if you write a description, so link posts don't completely work via federation yet. Also, I don't think we can follow Mastodon/Pleroma accounts from here.
I know who some of them are. I know Keem way better than the other guy or any of the k pop stars
Interesting! How many frontends are there, and how can I find them?
Thanks for this recommendation! I was looking for a good RSS reader for computers but I couldn't find one.
Signal is not truly secure. Something like Session, Status, or Tox are WAY better options.
Coinbase is centralized, closed source, and note secure. Do you know of better ways to buy crypto?
But this would make you beholden to the VPS company. They can easily take you down, as Amazon did to Parler. Is this really wise? I've heard that self hosting is the move.
I'd also like to recommend moving from consuming media from YouTube to consuming it via RSS-feed-based podcasts. I use Podcast Addict for this.
For RSS feeds, I'm using a FOSS app called Aggregator.