True Strange News Channels
Updated April 2020
Keep up with the best odd news from around the world with the new True Strange News Alerts email list. One summary email per day.
There are many other ways to follow True Strange News and the content is a bit different depending on how you do.
Periscope – You may catch one of our currently rare video broadcasts and you can also watch past broadcasts still available there. We can be found there as a moderator from time to time on the Agenda Free TV broadcasts.
Pintrest – See some baffling strange news headlines.
Twitter – All kinds of interesting stuff including strange news from around the world.
Instagram – New account, just a few things there now. Instagram is not a recommended social media platform. Bots listen for songs, even in the background of your videos, (like even playing on a radio next door!) and if you don’t catch this, (who pays attention to background noise??) they will delete your years of work and steal your original writing by removing your account with no appeal process. All your effort trashed. Very underhanded, very unfriendly, very unprofessional.
Vero – This app is like Instagram, but with No Ads. No Data Mining. and No Algorithms.
Mastodon – New account on qoto.org. Worldwide list so it takes some time to weed out the other languages and to mute stuff you don’t want to see (weird anime, etc.) on this platform, but it has promise. Like twitter but decentralized so there is no big corporation with control over everything.
YouTube – Follow or stop by our channel on the True Strange Playlist on YouTube for interesting videos True Strange News has watched. We add new things here form time to time. Some are embedded in our stories, others are not.
RSS Feed – If you have an RSS reader, add fee. We use RSS readers to follow and read many news sites at once. Note: If you try to click the RSS link in a regular web browser you may get nothing, these are not intended for most web browsers.
Posts on TrueStrangeNews.com vary from a few per month to a few per day. We may change any post several times as new information surfaces, so what you read on the site right now may differ from the original post, or on another channel where we post excerpts and links including Blogger, Diigo, Evernote, Facebook, Flickr, Instapaper, Narro, Nimbus Note, OneNote, Pocket, Reddit, Slack, Trello, Tumblr, Tritter, Weebly.