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After Twitter: Understanding Social Media Protocols

Sep 28, 2023, 7:00 – 8:00 PM

Discover post-Twitter social media's evolution, alternative platforms, and trends. Ex-Twitter dev Evan Henshaw-Plath explores Activity Pub/Mastodon, Nostr, Threads, etc. Learn about decentralization's significance for nonprofits in online communication.

Communications + marketingDigital securityOperations + collaborationPublic Good App House

About this event

We have archived this event. You can view the recording here.

In an age where social media giants face increasing scrutiny, we'll delve into the reasons behind the growing search for alternative platforms and the intriguing trends that are emerging from this shift.

Explore the ever-evolving landscape of post-Twitter social media and discover the allure of alternative platforms and the emerging trends driving this shift. Evan Henshaw-Plath, one of the first developers of Twitter, will compare platforms like Activity Pub/Mastodon, Nostr, Threads, and more, while discussing the importance of decentralization for nonprofits. Join us to gain valuable insights into the future of online communication and interaction.


This event is supported by an award from the Filecoin Foundation for the Decentralized Web.

Public Good App House is a project of Caravan Studios, a division of TechSoup.

Speaker

  • Evan (Rabble) Henshaw-Plath

    nos.social and planetary.social

    Founder & CEO

Host

  • Billy Bicket

    TechSoup

    Director, Maker Labs

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