Go switch to Signal.
yeah, I'll wait.
You aren't in danger today, but someone you know will be prolly within the next 2-4 months, and using Signal could *literally* save their life.
Plus, you can send extra big gifs to your contacts, and it has encrypted calling.
Seriously, stop waffling and go switch, it will import your texts and nothing changes for your non-Signal contacts.
Using Signal could have saved the lives of some of my LGBTQ/kinky/furry/etc friend's lives in 2016-2017.
Please go download it once you finish reading that.
If you need Signal to stay safe, you need the person on the other end of the connection to be safe for you to contact.
This is not about you...!
This is about keeping everyone you and I and everyone else cares about safe from modern threats to their lives.
Inoculate this cause of death.
That's how we win.
Yeah, you, reading this.
I am speaking directly, and uniquely, to you.
I love you.
Help me get people to switch to Signal.
Use any means necessary, within the moral bounds of "literally trying to save lives".
Some of my friends are gonna feel like I'm being super pushy, and I'm gonna tell them to suck it up and save a life.
If you, and I, and everyone else convinces just *one* person per day, everyone on earth will be converted to use Signal within 16 days, give or take a week.
So, here is my ask:
Until the Quadrantids meteor shower ends on January 17, 2018, I want you, personally, to do this with me.
Help me start saving lives. In the next two weeks, by expending literally less than 10% of our day, we can make a significant, measurable improvement in our 2018 quality of life.
68,719,476,736 <-- 8^12 (eight people per month, 12 months)
8,000,000,000,000 <-- appx number of people on earth
20,922,789,888,000 <-- (1 person per day, 16 days)
This effort is dedicated to Neil Gaiman, who inspired my heart to resist dispair many times in the last few months, and to @TipsyTentacle@witches.town who will always live, bright and happy, in my memories.
On the internet, everyone knows you're a cat — and that's totally okay.