Chris Aldrich's discussion of the rewarding discovery that a friend has read something that you are reading, before you see it in their feed, is spot on. It is fun. And it reminds me of two things. The most important is that I really need to get to grips with my tags, both in Zettelkasten and, perhaps even more importantly, in Pinboard.
The whole business of bookmarking, storing copies, highlighting and annotating remains a source of confusion for me. There are just too many moving parts. I quite like Chris' suggestion of making it a topic at a future IndieWeb Camp. I've got two projects on the go, either of which could be my thing in Nürnberg in a couple of weeks.
Twitter weirdness. Ability to follow links seems to have changed. In Safari, with mu-block, I can click on a link shared directly by someone, but not on a link in a retweet. Is this a change in behaviour, or something I simply never noticed before? Or both.
Managed to find some time to join [virtual Homebrew Website Club](https://
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Quick reminder that a 3-hour [virtual Homebrew Website Club](https://
Quick reminder. Virtual Homebrew Website Club to talk about anything IndieWeb-related will start in about 40 minutes, using Mumble. Details at https://
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There will be a [virtual Homebrew Website Club meeting](https://
Feel free to drop in and discuss anything IndieWeb.
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