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  1. OK, so I am worried that our good old sites may go poof some day so, being a good herd follower ("Baaa" "Baaa"), I signed up for a Switter account and it took me right to the "Welcome to Switter," appropriately hip and black page. This is where I get stuck. When you go to the "Get Started" button, apparently you need to pick a "Community" which apparently is a loosely set up group. Has anyone set up a group? It doesn't seem like any of the "communities" are Colorado based Gal/Trick groups. They say "it works just like Twitter" which is absolutely no help to a die-hard Twitter-hater who has never gone near that platform. In the meantime, if anyone wants to share their switter names, please PM them and I will make a list, so that we can build from there if the big poof happens. This thing is interesting, apparently lives on a platform called Mastodon, and is full of quirky tech-stuff like "instances." I am an analog guy trapped in a digital age. Anyone able to help? I could call or take a call.