Day 3 in Ello.
The GIFs are nice. The long wait for the existing buttons to work or pages to respond is frustrating, but I guess that's me being spoiled, forgetting having to wait five minutes for a floppy disk to load "Archon II" or "Mail Order Monsters" on my Commodore 64. Yes, that was 30 years ago, but I should not forget my computing roots.
My iPhone does not know what to think of Ello.
It's quiet in the iGhetto today. We hear disturbing words that the owners of Ello received "seed money" from a company in California who deals in venture capital. This translates into the notion that Ello's business plan (something some of us have been puzzling over) is as follows: as soon as they're worth enough, they'll sell the site (and our data) to the highest bidder to pay back their investor. One should always be cautious about a new pharaoh, and there can always be a new pharaoh. Until then?