Tag: Patrick Rhone

Blog + Twitter

Replied to Ambient Intimacy by Patrick Rhone (patrickrhone.net)

As many know, I’ve been hanging out on Twitter less and less these days. I rarely post a tweet and I only check into the timeline, maybe, once a day. I do have the ability to cross post things from my blog/micro.blog to Twitter but, well, I deliberately do not want to give Twitter the corporation anything of mine of that sort of value. So, I don’t.

Otherwise, I’m doing most of my posting, reading, and discussing over on Micro.blog (which I really love). That said, Micro.blog is a platform for blogging, both short (i.e. tweet length) and long posts. It’s not the sort of thing I would post “What are you doing?” type status answers on because, well, I’m posting to my blog and, outside of context and mixed with other things, those would make for very curious blog posts.

Twitter, on the other hand, is still… Well… Twitter. Though the platform, community, and the question it asks you has morphed, the essence of how the platform can be frictionlessly used for status updates remains in place. And, that’s how I plan to use it going forward — at least for a while. A combination of Drafts on my iOS devices and Twizzy on the Mac means I can quickly do so without interacting with the timeline at all.

After reading Patrick’s short post, I want to try this experiment as well. I also have used Twitter less and less. I have used all of the social networks less this year than in the past. But not for the continuous angst-ridden reason some people have. I wasn’t excited anymore. Perhaps a return to the…

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Replied to Site Notes by Patrick Rhone (patrickrhone.net)

How do you link to posts that have no title from your blog? Clicking on the date of any post (on the left or bottom depending on screen size) will direct you to the permalink for that post.

The problem for me is that Patrick’s post URLs now looks like this. https://www.patrickrhone.net/4965-2/ Have you tried a date formatted URL? Found this via Chris Aldrich’s blog.

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