I didn’t have it for a brief period right after deploying the new engine, maybe monocle cached its absence? (o_0) or it doesn’t support that way of finding the card (would be odd)
hmm, but https://indieweb.org/repost very much says “retweet from your own site”, and the bookmark page says you should only use bookmark when not reposting content.
Looks like bookmark works better for long articles, but repost for short, tweet-like notes.
My “favorite” is when YouTube videos disappear. When Basho went out of business, they deleted their channel with all the conference talk recordings on it. I found my favorite talk on my hard drive, but I didn’t archive anything else. Another example is #RightsRun the 24 hour Sonic 06 Twitch stream, of which only clips remain it seems :(
youtube-dl whole channels.
My Android phone has an IR blaster :)
But blockchain is not (just) about open participation. It’s about trustlessness (“well actually” there are “permissioned blockchains” but that’s just a glorified/terrible variant of Git pretty much). And society is built on trust. As Nicholas Weaver puts it, blockchains (trustlessness) is good for one thing only: censorship resistance, i.e. evading the law. It’s just the only option for thing like ransomware. For everything else, systems with trust are many many orders of magnitude more efficient.
And I’d say systems without trustlessness can be “open participation”. Dename was a pretty cool idea.
heh, I have posts denormalized in my database (so, always referenced by URL) — after receiving an update webmention for a post, the updated version shows up in all reply contexts.
(at the cost of some complex and not-very-fast PL/pgSQL procedures :D)
heh i just quit twitter
my habit now is lobste.rs, the orange website and some subreddits (/r/Buttcoin especially) and tumblr
It’s pretty good. I run FreeBSD on Scaleway’s ThunderX1 KVM VPS.
I/O was awfully slow though, until I discovered that it was because MSI-X was not used because of some silly blacklist thing. Fix:
This indieweb thing here also has similar concepts (replies etc.), why doesn't it count as social media? :)