In the book I'm reading at the moment, Abbadon's Gate - James S.A Corey, there is the concept of a "Family Feed".
An asynchronous platform where family members post life updates and questions for consumption by other family members at their leisure.
We have feeds like this now ( Facebook, Twitter, Mastodon... )- but they normally include vast numbers of friends, family and people we barely know. I like the idea of multiple specific, closed feeds for different social groups one is a member of.
There are probably ways to do this - I believe Dreamwidth has functionality to show posts to a specific sub-group.
Mastodon& Facebook also has this to some extent.
But they miss the 'Show me only updates from _these_ people' part.
@iguana Looks like it'd be possible to get what I want with that system, but only for me, rather than the whole system being built around it.
I'm thinking more of a thing where you post to one or more groups that you're a member of.
Then have to pick one group to display at a time.
@iguana While this does look good - it'd still require me to get my entire family using Dreamwidth.
@s Google + had functionality like that. I loved sorting people into groups and then only sending my posts to certain groups
@wafflesoup Yeah, it sounds like I really missed out on experiencing Google+!
I wonder why this idea just didn't work for most people?
Too much management perhaps? Most people wanting to post to everyone all the time?
social.samathy.space is one server in the network