One of the things I’m going to work on is the viability of backporting apps for Micro.blog. I think it makes sense within the context of the flexibility of Micro.blog as a platform and the philosophy of embracing the open web.
Our new home is going to be an interesting test of my gradual movement away from the big social networks in recent years.
I’m fine with the idea of having accounts there again. The difference this time is that I know not to rely on them for anything in particular.
Another day, another conversation on Micro.blog in which I cannot even tell for whom the latest reply is meant. Between a character limit and proper threading I am convinced this would be easier and thus more attractive to use. Especially since replies are random on the timeline.
The “Is this…” meme was three years ago.
Apps I wish I could make myself:
Micro.blog with filters.
So that I can have a non-photo version to pair with Sunlit.
Micro.blog for books.
Unfortunately I am not an app developer and Micro.blog doesn’t include an “App Making for Dummies” guide.