@vboykis The NYTimes all but called it a modern day male Kitty Foyle in their critics pick review
@vboykis They had to do it for Magic Mike because the production costs were too high to market it as an art house film.
@vboykis No one watches movies for socio-economic interests. Instead the marketing department went with prurient to get 'butts' in seats.
@vboykis The hint for quality on Magic Mike should have been: Directed by Steven Soderbergh. It's the only reason I bothered with it.
@chrisbolas Are you syndicating to Twitter from your site yet? Or getting comments backfed with brid.gy?
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@raamdev I think you've found the exact same solution I thought was best too. It's definitely better to have a solution for this as a plugin rather than within a theme, though I suspect that in the future either WP core or themes should do a better job of customizing their RSS feeds based on specific content types for better support and display in feed readers.
@johnjohnston I suspect @mrkrndvs is talking about multiple content types and making subsets easier to subscribe to http:/
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Aside from one or two custom CSS tweaks, everything seems to be looking and working as expected! If readers or users see or experience any issues, please let me know.
I can't wait to try out all of the new core features and improvements that have arrived since 0.9.2! Including:
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If you've already got Known and haven't upgraded, I've previously written up an outline about the upgrade process.
Coming up soon, I'll be upgrading my Known testing ground at http:/
The 1.0 version of Known is anticipated some time in June 2017, but to be honest, in the almost three years I've been using it, it's been both fantastic and rock solid.
I tried the change of URL and attempted to post again with quill.
It made it a bit further and returned the following URL
but it was a 404 nginx page with no content and the post didn't go through...
This bug mentioned in the micro.blog slack also makes it sound like posts coming in via micropub or other methods aren't automatically setting the post kind, which may be related to this issue: