I know there’s a sub-community around pens and stationery on micro.blog. I don’t see it hiding in discovery. Is there a tagmoji for it (yet)?
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@c The pen people are legion here. This is a good idea.
@macgenie Plus one on that. Pens. Pencils. I’ve seen some notebook posts also.
@c @macgenie @docuguy +2
There’s definitely a strong analog stream on here, and I’d love to be able to jump directly in!
@jessekelber @macgenie @docuguy Has anyone done a micromonday post/thread about people to follow in the space? That’s another good way to approach it too.
@c @macgenie What we believe in.
@jessekelber @c @macgenie @docguy +3
@c @macgenie I don’t recall seeing anything specific to this…but don’t quote me on that.
@c While they are at it, I’d love to see a way to collect the film photography community together as well. cc @manton @macgenie
@cdevroe Film photography 🎞? @macgenie @burk
@odd I am a curmudgeon. I have a really hard time using emoji as tags. I should just get over it! cc @manton @macgenie @burk
@cdevroe I’m the same way. I prefer the magic way that m.b. intuits podcast posts (because it finds an audio tag) to post things into the podcast discovery feed instead of using a microphone🎙. Sadly that’s a more difficult problem for other topics. I specifically mark up watch, listen, jam, and other posts, but that’s another ball of wax that large swaths of people are less likely to necessarily support on their own sites. One day anthropologists will find microblog posts with these emoji and think we may have used these in our speech not knowing that they were being used to indicate something to a computer. 💬🖥️
@c I publish to M.b using RSS and it includes several <category> entities. 🙂
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