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Crabber is an open-source micro-blogging platform powered by crabs.

Typo-free

On Crabber you can edit your posts for up to five minutes after they're published. (It's not that hard, Twitter.)

Open API

With an open REST API, developing integrations with Crabber is easy. You don't have to jump through any verification hoops.

Full privacy

There are no advertisers, trackers, mailing-lists, or other sneaky tactics. Your data stays on the site.

Friendly

We encourage a welcoming environment and do not tolerate harassment or targeted misinformation.

Jake L. @jake · Apr 10, 2020

twitter: old, made in 2006. mascot is a dumb bird. pretty lame.

crabber: brand new, came out in 2020. has awesome crab logo. really cool.

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Top-tier hipster cred.

Oh, you use Twitter? That's so 2006.

Show the world who you are.

Most social networks have sterilized their user pages. They give you a profile picture, short bio, and that's it. Crabber wants to give people a chance to show off how cool they really are.

Age 1999-09-27
Pronouns he/him
Quote If it weren’t for sharks the ocean would be a great place to live.
My jam grant - constellations 🌌
Latest obsession rust 🦀
Remember when heelys were cool?
Favorite emoji 🖤
jakefromspace#6666
https://spacehey.com/jsl
https://open.spotify.com/user/nyanjaik?si=43edff3182974707
twitch.tv/jakefromspace
notapotato
jakeledoux
profile courtesy of @jake

Carcinisation

From Crabberpedia, the free encyclopedia

Carcinisation (or carcinization) is an example of convergent evolution in which a crustacean evolves into a crab-like form from a non-crab-like form.

Supported by science.

Fact: You and everyone you love will eventually become a crab. No exceptions.

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