Final work on fixing up my 1979 steel bicycle.
Ischia is absolutely glorious and full of interesting places. There's William Walton's garden, if you are into that sort of thing, not to mention the hot baths.
New issue of Eat This Newsletter, with farmed fish, potentially pricy pasta, space spaghetti, and an optimistic analysis of agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa. Plus longer reads on vanilla and forest gardens.
I enjoyed Peter's link to a search for images of Bromptons in aircraft overhead lockers but I keep reading reports of airlines that refuse them passage even though they fit. Is there a master list, I wonder? And is airline free to refuse an object that fits?
Well, that seems to have done the trick.
I'm none the wiser, but switch it off and then on again is almost always golden advice.
Finished reading: English Food: A People's History by Diane Purkiss, ISBN: 9780007255566
I appreciate that syndication is hard, and appreciate the work you are doing to make it easier. If I understand correctly, your plugin now sends mf2 to Bridgy and Bridgy makes the final decision as to what to send to, eg, Mastodon. If I knew how Bridgy used mf2, I could tweak my theme to suit.
Watch SE started losing charge very quickly, waking up to 18% rather than the usual 45–55% three days in a row. So, step one: hard reset. Tomorrow will tell.
Currently reading: English Food: A People's History by Diane Purkiss, ISBN: 9780007255566