Did a little cleanup on my website today. Health data syncing is back up and running and I have updated my profile info, photo, and the site background. One of these days I’ll find time to do a full overhaul.
@fgtech I’ve got an AWOL LTV-3500 UST projector. I used it for a month or so in my old theater before we got to demolition, and it blew me away, even with the non-ALR screen I had. I’ve since purchased the AWOL 120” Cinema ALR screen. The 3500 is incredibly bright, extremely crisp 4K resolution, and supports HDR10+ (and soon, Dolby Vision!). Highly recommend.
Local control is great for solving day-to-day problems and delivering services close to the people that needed them. Creating a small divisions of people so that local government can restrict them and criminalize their choices is not it.
@cleverdevil The courts are not (nor is anyone else I'm aware of) saying "leave human rights to the states." They're trying to figure out what are the unenumerated rights protected by the constitution. But there are reports of people voting with their feet — in both directions.
@cleverdevil That would be great! Not sure it fits with the current vision for NNW but I think it could be really interesting. Also in some ways similar to early versions of NNW that could post to blogs.
@manton this came up because I am changing up how I consume both feeds and Micro.blog. I have noticed that reading Micro.blog feeds in NNW and Reeder isn’t ideal, in part because of how the feeds are formatted. This could be fixed on the reader side, but it might be a cool feature to have a specialized timeline feed that is tailored specifically to consumption in a feed reader.
@cleverdevil Gotcha. By the way, are you subscribing to individual blog feeds, or the timeline feeds like /feeds/username.xml that include posts from many users? It would be interesting to experiment with specialized versions of those with reply links, etc.
@manton I am subscribing to my timeline – micro.blog/feeds/cle... Yes, a specialized feed would be really interesting, IMO. Some ideas: Customizable links for reply/bookmark/like, etc. I would likely use the Shortcuts URL scheme to make this really a great experience. Tweaks to titles/content/author to make the feed easier to consume in readers. For reference, this is what my timeline looks like in Reeder: cleverdevil.io/s/Oa7G45F... Even better would be integration with NNW, of course. I am still searching for a native macOS experience to replace my use of Together.
@cleverdevil I entirely read M.b in Reeder having subscribed to my timeline in Feedbin. I don't really run into any trouble except the use of the canonical link versus M.b. link results in having to do a dance if I do want to reply. So I do love the idea of having the timeline feed including the cannonical link, the link to the post on M.b, (and possibly bookmark... that's not a feature I use personally).
I discovered RSSHub this weekend. Great little open source web service that is easy to self-host, and lets you get RSS feeds for all sorts of services that don’t provide them natively. https://docs.rsshub.app/en/