Welcome to Friday everybody, we made it.
I got Ditchbook working with Windows and WPEngine. I need to fork the repo and make a few changes, but once I do that I will be able to help other people ditch Facebook or at least have a useable copy of their content from there.
Advocating on behalf of the Indieweb is going to be a lot like advocating for accessibility, isn’t it?
Fighting with Thunderbird after just starting the first cup of coffee is not how I wanted to start my Thursday. Also, going back and forth with my host with regard to support from their end of Micropub and Indieauth. I just sent the specs, let’s see what happens.
Oh look! Bernie supporters are flogging his line about how 99.9% of his supporters are good and assholes are few. Sounds awfully familiar. Oh wait! I’ve heard Trump supporters use these same lines for the last six years, and spoiler alert: it’s bullshit from either direction.
Testing a micropub post for WPEngine support in order to try to resolve an automatic 403 from something else.
I almost have Ditchbook working for Windows. Just need to figure out what WordPress wants for mp-destination and we’re golden. I’ll submit some changes including one line of code along with some more instructions for Windows users once I see that I can actually get it to work. Hopefully this will make it easier for others to ditch Facebook if they want. With thankful acknowledge of Doug Lee, who has been infinitely patient while answering all my questions as well as testing things.
I’ve read 67% of True Faith And Allegiance, and … he’s babbling about open source inteligence. Does that mean the information is freely available and that you can modify and redistribute it and/or the inteligence? Asking for some friends.
I’ve read 10% of True Faith And Allegiance, and this time, Mark Greaney is babbling at length about the dark web. New rule: You’re not allowed to utter the words "dark web" until you can operate an onion router proficiently.
I’ve read 17% of The Diamond Age: Or, a Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer by Neal Stephenson.
I think it’s safe to say that a large chunk of browsing the web while blind is just clicking on things and watching what happens next.
It’s never a good time to have to listen to Kid Rock. Monday morning when I haven’t even finished my first cup of coffee is even worse. Thank you for coming to my TED Talk.
I’ve read 32% of Tom Clancy’s Threat Vector, and Mark Greaney needs to go to his room and think about what he’s done because he knows just enough buzzwords pertaining to cryptography, hacking and DEF CON to get himself into a whole lot of trouble.
This website: (1) has an accessibility mode and (2) is using ARIA to keep bugging me to turn on accessibility mode. after it knows I haven’t enabled it. This kind of thing is why I close tabs.
Reading the Audio Games forum always makes me feel so much better about myself.