Ben Peck ? Ben Peck ? on
If you can make one that pulls any tracking information off I'd very much use that. It would be glorious. :)

I saw a bookmarklet that would switch to the rel=canonical, if the page had it. I think I've seen @kevinmarks change the value in utm params.

Jason, First Of His Name Jason, First Of His Name on
Y’all, today I had to go *in to* a gas station and pay money before filling up my tank. I waited in line to do this.

Like it was 1999 or something.


Heh. Have you ever gassed up in New Jersey or Oregon? No self-serve gas there.

Okay, we have and Is there a birb version?

cc @holly @PepperNPals

Andre Henry Andre Henry on
I pity these men.

Sounds about white

Hey friends, if you’re an artist/creator that lives and works on the internet, you should come to @XOXO! You can fill out your survey until May 23 at noon PT:

I wrote about my experience last year:

myself with new haircut wearing a black shirt with text 'hope still flies'

New haircut, who dis?

In reply to a post on

I’m attending Virtual Homebrew Website Club on

We found a Science Mike after the Gungor show last night!

These lovely people are new friends from the Liturgists Singles group. @mikemchargue and @michaelgungor host The Liturgists podcast. Michael is also in the band Gungor, as his name suggests. So members of our group from around the country have been respectfully stalking — er, “sharing breath with” — the band on this final tour. Last night was their finale show in LA. It was fantastic; a moving and spiritual experience.

Want to read: Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life by Natasha Lennard (ISBN 9781788734592)

About to see Avengers! If this gets resolved by Cap and Thanos realizing their moms are both named Martha, so help me...

Chris Aldrich mentioned it was his #indieweb anniversary today, which made me wonder when I first encountered indieweb. Turns out it was six years ago! I remember being excited about the idea of federated comments. I had no idea I would be getting involved with the community for years to come, though. In that time, I've organized some meetups, traveled to several IndieWebCamps, and even co-organized an IndieWebCamp. I've met a lot of great people through it all and have had a lot of fun. I've made some good improvements to my site and learned things that have helped my professional web work, too.

You should join us! Check out, say hello in the chat, and join us at the IndieWeb Summit this June in Portland.

Want to read: The Divide: A Brief Guide to Global Inequality and its Solutions by Jason Hickel (ISBN 9781785151125)

Here is a javascript bookmarklet that will save the current page to the Internet Archive. This opens a new window so you can continue browsing while it's being archived.

Drag this link to your browser's bookmarks: Internet Archive This!

Here's the code for the bookmarklet if you prefer to copy/paste/tweak it:

Chad Loder Chad Loder on
⚡️ “Help Report These Dehumanizing anti-Muslim tweets”

Twitter's rules on Hateful Conduct clearly prohibit de-humanizing language on this platform. For example:

"These [Religious Group] pigs", or "That [Religious Group] bitch"

Help us report each one.

What's the recommended report category for these? "Targeted harassment" or "Directs hate against a protected category"?

@cameronstrang I don’t think you meant it this way, but “porcelain doll” is a racist stereotype of Asian women so should probably be avoided (this was in Relevant #699).

Want to read: The Gospel of Inclusion by Brandan J Robertson (ISBN 9781532676093)

Tyler Tyler "Thanos Was Wrong" Huckabee on
The Mueller report will be given to the one-eyed crone who appears beneath the poison oak by the light of a blood moon, and he who would read its ill omen must first answer her riddles three.

"What... is your favorite collusion?"

Currently reading: The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen: Opening Your Eyes to Wonder by Lisa Gungor (ISBN 9780310350439)

Finished reading: An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green (ISBN 9781524743451)