Opinion: The 2009 vs. 2019 profile picture trend may or may not have been a data collection ruse to train its facial recognition algorithm. But we can't afford to blithely play along.
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I wish I had lots of bookmarklets that did quirky things like this. Interestingly this one has a relatively useful use-case in addition to its unintended comedic service.
ImageSnippets lets you create a responsive image gallery using ImageSnippets end point, username, property and object.
Major features in ImageSnippets allows you to:
Add/remove/edit multiple galleries.
Regenerate your gallery manually or schedule an automated task.
We are using REST API (https://www.setcronjob.com/) that will allow you to create a cron job service for regenerating your gallery. To do so, you have to create an account and generate API token.
This looks interesting and reminds me I want to take a closer look at some linked data technology.
See also Image Snippets website.
I’ve spent part of the day cleaning up some of my checkin data on my website. As I was going through I realized a quirky error had duplicated many and was somehow stripping out additional photos.
There was also another code error which was mixing many of the checkins into my longer form articles. I’ve got a temporary fix, but need to create a filter to fix things longer term. While fixing it, I couldn’t help hearing the haunting words of Richard MacManus who recently said “…I certainly don’t want a bunch of other peoples’ checkins clogging up my feed reader.” Though I’ve spent some time trying to split out content types, I can’t help but think he was referring specifically to me. Sorry Richard!