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Are you set up to receive the latest updates as I publish them? There are a few reasons you might not be: I recently moved this blog to a new platform and subdomain; Twitter is rapidly declining, and users are going elsewhere; my updates have been infrequent, and you thought I was gone. Take this chance to review your options and continue getting the latest Xubuntu and Xfce news however you'd like.

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As Twitter marches toward an uncertain future, Mastodon has exploded in popularity. Mastodon is a decentralized, open-source social network reminiscent of Twitter, and if you enable the advanced web interface, TweetDeck. You can find me on at @[email protected]


Since the death of Google+, Twitter has been my social media platform of choice. As more people move to Mastodon, I'll use Twitter less frequently. Nonetheless, if you're on Twitter, follow me for the latest updates at @bluesabredavis


Thanks for reading! Stay tuned for a very busy November as Xubuntu 23.04 development opens up and Xfce 4.18 heads toward a final release in December.