It seems that everyone is surprised to learn that there are two Americas. More surprising is the fact that rural life—idealized for its calming sensitivities and neighborly good-will—is a place of anger, local political conflict, and wide-spread alienation. Many rural residents are mad at each other, and they are mad at those who live in the throbbing metropolitan core of American capitalism. Actually, it is a surprise that everyone is surprised.
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I've been moaning to anyone who'll listen that there seems to be something wrong with Known; Micropubs could not seem to find the syndication targets. And other people had the same problem, I believe. But after a really enjoyable virtual Homebrew Web Club meeting, the problem might after all be at my end.
@zegnat created a fresh install of Known as we watched, hooked it up to Twitter, and was instantly rewarded with Quill seeing his syndication target, which it resolutely refused to do on my instance of Known. (It failed actually to syndicate, but that's a separate issue.)
So, now I need to try a fresh install myself. And as @Jeena suggested, better to do that on a new and different subdomain than risk messing everything up.
Alas, there is no way on Earth I can do this until near the end of the month.
I can wait.
Just a test post
Making use of food "waste" is a good, but it remains a Band-Aid. http:/
Can @withknown do threaded replies? Seems silly to have to reply to my own post too to keep context
I hope you enjoy what you discovered @skateboardad
Thanks @skateboardad Was that the one where I was decidedly husky? Or just the Gerry Mulligan opener?