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Jeremy Cherfas

Yes, it can be boring to read things in grey and white with a little bit of blue, but if all you're looking for is something worth investigating in more detail (which I am) then that's a sacrifice I'm willing to make. And in some RSS readers (like Newsblur, the one I use now) I do have the option of seeing the story as the author intended, more or less.

Jeremy Cherfas

TFW when you realise it has been way too long since you did the human cron job thing.

Jeremy Cherfas

It says here https://indieweb.org that "The IndieWeb is a people-focused alternative to the 'corporate web'", but that's just a start and of course there is more to it than that. More a state of mind than a thing, I'd say.

Jeremy Cherfas

Finished reading: Trieste and the Meaning of Nowhere by Jan Morris, ISBN: 9780571204687

Jeremy Cherfas

Quick reminder that a 3-hour [virtual Homebrew Website Club](https://indieweb.org/events/2018-06-13-homebrew-website-club) will be starting in about 22 minutes. We use [Mumble](https://indieweb.org/Mumble) to chat about anything and everything . See you there.

Jeremy Cherfas

Great explanation and interesting change, though I personally don't like such a dark background. One thing I noticed, the blue of the date-as-permalink in comments is really intense, to the point of distraction. For me.

Jeremy Cherfas

Very happy to report that exist.io now includes browsing past calendar months.

Jeremy Cherfas

Excellent news; thanks. Now to find all those hard-coded class names ...

Jeremy Cherfas

I feed @WithKnown into micro.blog and POSSE to Twitter just fine. Known also makes it easy to feed micro.blog only certain kinds of post because the RSS is easy to adapt.

Jeremy Cherfas

Oh rats. I thought I could use Omnibear to post a photo, but it doesn't seem to do that.