@andy @lbry

That's Theta.TV by the way. And let's not discount the awesome power that PeerTube brings to social media and places all that sheer and to the mix, now that data is dirt cheap - you can spin up your own, self-hosted instance on acceptable hardware for $5 USD per month that includes 20 of 1Gbps data!!!

Talk about a Google/YouTube killer!!!

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Your boost of the post by @lbry is a on a very welcomed and encouraging smear by the NYT, friendly on how you prefer to look at things ;)

Remember when was the defender of the free world, stressing
Spreading and calling , "Satan"?

isn't alone, there's a couple of other Google killers entering the market too...

Like , for example πŸ€˜πŸ‘ΉπŸ€˜

thetatoken.org/

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And finally, for those who just want to have their Gemini and orbit too, There's the Geminize plugin for .

You can get here:
addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firef

And for those of you who are users (I'm a dude myself), my other fav Gemini and browser is , which you can get from - anyone familiar with Emacs should know how to do that, but it's my fav non-GUI browser.

I hope that helps :)

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Lagrange is cross-platform , so it runs on Windows and operating systems.

In the video, the creator fails to mention the search engine (There's also the search engine), which does a very fine job of indexing the great majority of space.

You can get the browser here:
gmi.skyjake.fi/lagrange/

I hope that helps :)


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Well I read recently that Rochko added Gemini link support in Mastodon.

Let's test that out shall we?

gemini://vger.cloud

I spend most of my days in a environement, so when I'm browsing, I like stuffs to be pretty. Therefore, I'll f'up w/a video for what is arguably at this time, the prettiest (and most functional) GUI based browser for protocol - the Gemini and Browser


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