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






UX: Bridgy to Twitter makes some unfortunate default photo choices · Issue #691 · snarfed/bridgy

I'm using WordPress and in my workflow. I like that allows for up to 4 photos and how they're laid out, but we (WordPress users) may need some additional control over what photos are chosen by default...

Crossposted from as well.

> Surely I should have put in a featured image, but otherwise it's grabbing multiple low res photos on the same page (in widgets, footer, or from gravatar author block) which don't correspond well with the content :
> ![bridgy publish](
> Maybe default to none if not a featured image or appearing within the_content()?


So yesterday there were 5 hits on this post, while today there were 37. This post is currently ranked #6 on a google search for the string "Chris Aldrich Dating Naked". A Google search on "Chris Aldrich" is substantively the same as the past several months except that the profile page for the "other" Chris on VH1's site is ranked #2, while an article is ranked #8. His twitter account logs in at #15 and the next closest mention is at #69 for an US Magazine article. On Twitter, @ChrisAldrich860 currently has 139 followers.