The correlation between “tech advocate” and junky feeds has to be high positive. I know you all love automation but can you please consider how terrible this experience is for, you know, most people?
When I look at how much people are accomplishing and they then share personally via mainstream social media, silos and all, I have doubts about my decision to treat them as little more than a broadcast tool whilst rejecting them for personal use.
Need to think about this more.
I hope Automattic doesn’t add paid plans to Tumblr. Ads are bad but there’s something about the spirit of Tumblr, as an aspect of web culture, that doesn’t fit into the enterprise spirit of paywalls. It’s bad enough that it became SFW-only.
Oh I’ll bet Sajid Javid is “a low tax guy”. In more ways than one.
How is it legal for delivery people to use both the buzzer and knocker on your front door?
per month, billed annually
This is what it says for WordPress hosted plans and yet some people continue to refer to their product as “monthly web hosting”. If you do this you are effectively marketing for WordPress, utilising spin to make their product seem better than it is.
Apple has sort of remembered the web exists. Those App Previews can’t be found via any sort of navigation I can find on the Apple website itself. I know I’m old-fashioned, using a website to find published items but I’m confident it is a reasonable method of sharing on the web.
Tumblr > Gutenberg
I wonder how long it’ll take Automattic to de-Verizon Tumblr. 🤔
Sometimes I have a moment when I’m just like: Freddie Mercury… howwwwwwwwwww
Clearly Micro.blog has inspired the folks at WordPress.
My unpopular opinion: it’s a testimony to the Clintons’ extraordinarily hardball political acumen that they’ve been subjected to these fever dream theories for 30 years and go-along-to-get-along Obama never was.
Recently watched Dunkirk for the first time. That’s another one I can already tell is going to stay with me for a while. 📽
I’ve been catching up on the different shows from The Economist, and today listened to the In the sharenthood episode of The world ahead. Thoroughly recommended for people interested in privacy, generational culture, and where those issues meet. 🎙
I have played video games for the vast majority of my life.
I have never once killed a person.
Enquiring about a Software Engineering course at a university was not one of my expectations for this year but here we are.