@andresmh Hm, I think both server and client solutions exist with different layouts. I found this list of alternative clients:

github.com/tleb/awesome-mastod

Some can be installed on the server, some locally. Maybe I'll try something that works on the desktop. It just felt a bit clumsy as a standard interface, the tweetdeck is much more flexible.

For combined queries, I don't know how to solve this. Maybe there are some clients with that functionality?

We made a discord for CS/HCI PhD students to meet folks / socialize, and are having a social hour tonight (the 18th) at 7pm EST-whenever.

A bit last minute on hci.social but send folks our way if they are interested!

human-human-interaction.github

Lots of really cool features for making our devices more accessible from my colleagues at Apple announced today. apple.com/newsroom/2022/05/app

@ganeshkumartk Check moa.party/ out. I am using it and studying the code. Should be a good start for your efforts.

Planning to use @Mastodon API to build an app that toots my tweets...

Toots give me so much characters, yet I couldn't choose what character I'm 😜

I've long found it kind of frustrating how casually and imprecisely people use "bot" to refer to a wide variety of different kinds of Twitter accounts … now it seems that troll musk is using questions about that definition as his latest supposed excuse to back out of twitter deal? nytimes.com/live/2022/05/17/bu

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