- The Rising Complexity of JAMstack Sites and How to Manage Them | CSS-Tricks
Bookmarked: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/dec/15/what-we-learned-about-the-media-this-election. “When the Guardian ran an …
When the Guardian ran an experiment to record the smartphone screens of volunteers we found that some people consumed their news almost entirely through headlines, few clicked through to the full article, and those that read to the end of a piece were a rarity.
- What we learned about the media this election
Still figuring out the difference between “bookmarks” and “likes,” but I think I’m getting there. Also, I’m not going to be reformatting old posts, but future notes should soon be more or less consistent again.
I increasingly feel that to have an account is to endorse their unethical involvement in almost everything.
- I deleted Facebook
I want a new wave girl / I want a new wave girl / Oh, oh, I want a new wave girl
You’re totally radical / And I’m totally fanatical
Membership of a nation, particularly in a world where we can communicate and share with anyone on earth, is utterly arbitrary. […] I know we’re going to see more of this rancid modern nationalism. And I know there are much darker days to come.
- Big politics day
I again changed the way I set random slugs for certain post types (bookmarks, likes and notes) on this site. (Reason is the Micropub plugin for WordPress, which doesn’t [explicitly] support Custom Post Types.)
The latest Indigenous for Android sure seems more stable than ever before.
Controlling the writing and photos you post online isn’t about open source or the technical experience to run a server. It’s about using domain names for identity, so that you can move your data in the future without breaking URLs.
- Manton Reece - The way out
Because actually paying for a product is … wrong?
It’s a lot—I get it—but the net result is that you, dear reader, get to read our content without a paywall.
Been messing with my site’s design a bit, increased the contrast, swapped Lato (the free sans-serif font) for Inter (ditto). (There’s a lot of bright blue, too. Too much, probably.)
When people ask where to find you on the web, what do you tell them? Your personal website can be your home on the web. Or, if you don’t like to share your personal life in public, it can be more like your office.
- It’s Time to Get Personal
The IndieWeb community’s blanket term for sites like Facebook and Twitter is silo and the metaphor is apt.
- In the Beginning was the Website