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2019-10-07 11.08.21

Syndicating My Tips to Foursquare by Aaron Parecki (aaronparecki.com) I realized I have been avoiding leaving tips in Foursquare because I didn't have a good way to post them from my website. So today I added the ability to syndicate my posts as Foursquare tips. I have three different ways my posts can end up as tips on Foursquare: I can reply to one of my checkins I ... I wish I knew enough about WordPress development to write code…

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2019-03-31 10.02.13

Update to the Syndication Links plugin for WordPress for Custom Endpoints by Chris Aldrich (BoffoSocko) David Shanske has recently updated the Syndication Links plugin for WordPress that now allows users to add custom syndication endpoints to their websites so they can actually syndicate their content to external sites. In particular, this now includes syndication endpoints like IndieWeb News and indieweb.xyz subs. Configuring the plugin with a syndication name, UID, and the appropriate URL will create additional endpoint checkboxes in the…

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Disabled SNAP and Brid.gy Syndication

Following Amanda's lead I have disabled the Social Networks Auto Poster and Brid.gy plugins and will no longer automatically syndicate links to social platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. I am not sure how long this experiment will last or how it will affect website traffic. But I won't know unless I try. I am also leaning toward making Webmention the only form of a comment this website accepts. But I am not ready to do that yet. I want…

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Social, Lake, Sweden, Gagnef, People

Speaking as a citizen of the indieweb and not one … by Amanda (Amanda Unvarnished) To add to all this, for me, social media, (with the exception of Mastodon and Micro.blog), has, to put it charitably, lost its luster. It’s become a chore, both personally and professionally, and the bad has finally gotten to the point where it outweighs the good for me. On a professional level, publishing criteria are getting so strict that publishing content, (especially when you’re scheduling…

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