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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






@jorgeegomez Interesting that you reference @withknown. It's actually what I personally used to reply to these tweets and own this part of the conversation! It's a spectacular self-hosted & paid option.
@jgkoomey @judell @mapkyca


Earlier this morning I was writing a longer post which included a section about how could slowly expand outside of the microblog space to include other post types like bookmarks, likes, articles, checkins, etc. when low-and-behold:
Manton Reece rolls out custom pages!


This sounds almost exactly how I've evolved to do my microblog posting as well!


Jimmy Baum: Skip to content Blog About Archives Contact Jimmy Baum in Microblog | 11 May, 2017 7:56 PM communities have been a big inspiration to start a blog and write more. I have a few larger posts coming. Thanks for great advice, Chris Aldrich, Raam Dev, and Colin Walker.


Daniel McClure's post: Testing out by @Manton. Decentralised via my personal site.


Matt Bupkes' thoughts on social media a week ago:
Curious how he thinks things have changed after today?


Everyone is doing this with their Twitter feeds, why not with one's *own* microblog? I'm going to borrow your idea for my primary site. Hopefully without the heartache you encountered though...


@manton2 I'm curious what you use to filter your RSS feeds into a main feed and a separate microblog feed?