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Revision as of 08:50, 19 April 2019

The owner of this dominion is also the same person as these users at the given external domains:


Everything2 (e2, c. 2000-14) was my first "social network" experience, Wikipedia next (2006-18), little in last two of those years, none thereafter.

2017-02-01 I cleaned out all FB accounts I could, think I got them all ¹. Did same for Google+ some time before, used mainly for the Hookups conferencing.

After a long weaning period, my activity at the public wikipedia essentially was stopped completely by late 2018.²

GitHubEtc has more external links.

  1. LinkedIn
  2. Skype (Juan.Daugherty)
  3. Twitter
  4. Wikipedia

Mostly inactive:

  1. e2   OI ΠOΛΛOI
  2. LiveJournal
  3. MySpace
  4. 2nd Life (Lycurgus Zhangsun)
  5. YouTube

Stub:

  1. dominionsystem.blogspot.com


Was active in news groups, etc. since the mid '80s, used IRC since turn of century.


¹ Effective 14 days later. I have an account strictly for development purposes.

² In general I'm using FB, Google maps, other SaaS with separable free API as software not for social purpose.

Moses and Aaron Mati Klarwein, 1971