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28.09.2018 07:12

Liked: https://github.com/freetonik/castlemacs

Understanding Micro.blog

27.09.2018 10:00

Micro.blog is a “social network” built on top of the open web and the indieweb. This means that most of it is decentralized. With a few noteable exceptions. This blog post is intended to be a short summary of how it all ties together.

When you register a user at Micro.blog you get a @-username, by default you also get a username.micro.blog site, if you chose to you can continue to use this as your micro.blog if you want to or you can set up your own web site somewhere else.

All posts lives in your own site, while replies lives on Micro.blog. The only thing your site needs to have is a RSS or JSON feed that you add to your Micro.blog user. I have three sites connected to mine.

Then, if you wish to use the Micro.blog apps to update your site it either have to support Micropub or MetaWeblogAPI.

That’s it.

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27.09.2018 06:43

Liked: Fewer startups, more indies / Josh Sharp

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27.09.2018 06:43

Liked: Scriptable

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27.09.2018 06:42

Liked: iOS 12: The MacStories Review – MacStories

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27.09.2018 06:42

Liked: watchOS 5: The MacStories Review – MacStories

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27.09.2018 06:42

Liked: Daring Fireball: The iPhones XS

Where I buy books in 2018

26.09.2018 10:00

I have gone through many phases of where I get my books. All physical, all e-book etc. These days I get digital, if possible or practical. I try to get as many books as possible in a non-drm outside Amazon and Apple form, when possible. Because then I am free to read them however I feel like.

After that, my go to place is Kindle, unless it is some kind of content that I know will work better on iBooks. I don’t think Kindle is better than iBooks in general, but they are available more places. Something that have made my life easier a few times over the years.

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26.09.2018 06:46

Liked: Announcing ‘Machine Learning .NET’ 0.5 | .NET Blog

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26.09.2018 06:45

Liked: Overcast 5: Redesigned Now Playing Screen, Search, Siri Media Shortcuts, and More – MacStories