I'm building a little thing to turn Tweets into an SVG.— Terence Eden (@edent) February 6, 2021
Here's the first result. What do you think?
It isn't intended to *completely* replicate the Twitter experience - but to be a lightweight way to embed content.
Highly recommended: Library Ambience Sounds for Studying / Relaxing White Noise.
Installed the Webmentions plugin for WordPress. Really digging it, even with just a little bit of experience with it so far. Micro.blog’s support for it is okay
I’ve been using “macgenie” as my internet name since I first signed up for Digg (Wikipedia article) in March 2007. A friend asked me to “digg” his news story, and I said I would try to do it quickly, but that I often suffered from decision paralysis when it came to choosing a user name. He...
I resemble this remark!
Fell down a happy #IndieWeb rabbit hole today & wrote a colophon for my website: https://t.co/sY5HaJ4e7n Turns out I've been at this since I built my first website about Walt Whitman for an enterprising English prof in the late 90s. Was randomly assigned to the "learn html" group— Dr. Tamar Marvin (@tamar_marvin) January 17, 2021
This site is hosted by Reclaim Hosting. Its primary and associated domains are also registered through Reclaim Hosting. It is built with WordPress and uses the (free) Simple Responsive Blogily theme, based on Responsive Blogily, by Superb Themes/ThemeEverest. I maintain a separate installation ...
I feel like comfort with being wrong is one of the most underrated part of language learning. If you want to work on writing or speaking skills you just need to get very chill about being extremely wrong and weird all the time.— Jessica Rose (@jesslynnrose) January 17, 2021
This is incredibly true. One needs to throw caution to the wind and focus on making as many mistakes as possible.
People who are into crochet: can you send me all your favourite blogs/pattern stores/etc? I am ready to run full throttle at this hobby.— kirsty (@keinegurke_) January 17, 2021
I always like to start the year by reading a biography; something about experiencing a life outside of my own to get perspective etc. But so many are...quite dry! So, what is the best biography you’ve ever read? One whose sentences stuck with you...— rachel syme (@rachsyme) January 17, 2021
Some threads with great biography recommendations
I have recently implemented #webmentions on this site and they seem to be working rather well but what are they exactly? The splendid @alistapart explains a little bit more.
We’ve launched a Bridgy browser extension! If you use Bridgy for Instagram backfeed, you’ll need to install it (Firefox, Chrome). Please try it out and let us know what you think! Instagram and Facebook have been thorns in B...
Installed Yarns microsub server and coupled with Indigenous as a reader/microsub client I can now respond to blog posts in a more social/IndieWeb kinda way.