awadwatt.com is where I write some words, and maybe some other people too.
Its powered by WriteFreely, the Federated, open-source, light-weight macroblog. Screw you WordPress, Im going to host my own instance... with blackjack and hookers!
Also shout out to Josh and http://freedns.afraid.org/ for the dynamic DNS mapping, as this is hosted on a potato in my literal closet at home.
This WriteFreely instance self-hosted on a Speak-N-Spell powered by two hamsters on a wheel in my basement. While registrations are not open at this time, I might be compelled to provide you with an invite-to-account if you drop me a line via @email@example.com on Mastodon. or tezoatlipoca at gmail.com.
Also, consider that should I provide you with an account here, I offer no terms or guarantee of service, quality, uptime metrics, or anything like that. The hamsters have been running successfully for two weeks now and don't seem to be stressed too much, but so far, it's just my account, so who knows once we start adding users here. My point is if something goes bork, there's no 24/7 crack team of IT ninjas waiting to spring into action here. I'll get to it when I get to it.
Also, your account is subject to my arbitrary but (I think) sensible rules I just made up, which are:
NO racism, sexism, trans/homo/lgbt+/gender fluid-phobia, terfs, cyber-stalking or bullying, personal attacks. None of this “well, perhaps there's a middle gr-” Nope. Hate isn't tolerated here.
NO ads, spam, promotions or monetization; note that the monetization feature of WriteFreely has been disabled here.
IF I discover your account/blog on here violates this, and its not immediately and obviously apparent it is satirical in nature, I'll export your posts, send that to you, and delete your account. Maybe after a warning, dunno.
awadwatt.com is home to 33 articles across 5 blogs.
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