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Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, Indieweb, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation







Wait... What?! There's a reading plugin for @WithKnown? It appears to be based on Jonathan LaCour's Food plugin, but portends some interesting new "read" post functionality within the IndieWeb community.


I've noticed it misses posts it should be catching too. I don't have numbers, but would guess 5-10%. I don't rely on it for anything mission critical.


@fionajvoss It looks like I've been automatically syndicating many of my short reviews to multiple places like Twitter, Facebook, GoodReads et al. Less often I send them to Amazon, Yelp, IMDb, but I suspect more friends seem them that way anyway.


@fionajvoss Let's start by posting on our own sites first and seeing what evolves? Perhaps we could talk @manton2 into adding discovery for 🎞️ emoji for watches on the way he has for πŸ“š?


@fionajvoss I haven't seen many people automating syndication to places like Yelp, Amazon, or Goodreads, but I've done it manually in the past. Some potential examples and help here:


@paxtonjohn I hope you didn't think I was still using Digg Reader. ;) I think @feedly is excellent and @inoreader is awesome too, particularly with OPML subscription functionality. But I'm looking for even more:


There is a whole "new" information paradox proposed by @nattyover
I'll wait to see what @ChristophAdami publishes before dipping my toe into this black hole of a problem. ;)


@feedly @edwk Probably better that I help you all out with some needed functionality first. Try this out:
You should keep your eyes glued to the evolving spec as well. !


@realkimhansen This is great PR for this show, but I find myself wishing I could click through it to listen to the entire episode instead of just the snippet.


@realkimhansen and @jimpick are certain to appreciate this nifty little tool as well for potentially using in conjunction with and .


@realkimhansen I would think that one might have more visceral experiences if they were a professional haruspex. They would almost certainly have a broader range of degrees to express those experiences.


I'm writing a long-ish piece for A List Apart that should appear in the next couple of weeks. I'll try to ping you when it appears.


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