Consider this example of Mozilla taking a cringeworthy dive into a BuzzFeed style swamp and how it can it be avoided.
This is the Mozilla IRL podcast public movim link.
Here is an interesting video by computing forever on alternative services to use the internet.
This is the Dave Cullen Video ComputingForever video DailyMotion link.
Of course, setting up your own Movim Server might be an idea. Here is an example of that, although it would be nice to see a no brainer solution for people to set up a server as easily as setting up a webpage as long as you have a static IP address at home.
This is a Setting up Your Own Movim Server Public link.
Maybe subscribe to ComputingForever's followers?
This is the ComputingForever followers on DailyMotion DailyMotion link.
List of some Manosphere to reply to or share on movim or elsewhere using the public URL
This is the MovimManosphere Public link.
Or use this RSS subscription link to follow or even simply have the list in text format. This is the MovimManosphereRSS Public link which even works on some old GPRS mobile phone browsers.
Do remember you can navigate through movim using hashtags such as #RedPill or #MovimManosphere or #NewHereManosphere
. Consider also Diaspora which shares some similarities with Movim in its technology.
Or try this manosphere link when logged in.Manosphere