Your place in this world? Maybe you should go west, young man.
Nice! I'm still using Twipster but it hasn’t been updated in ages. I should try updating it.
I am glad you’re here! <3
This is awesome. Twitter, please bring back the chronological timeline.
Cats are friendly food. Got it. ;]
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Thanks for this thread. Following!
Want to read: Jim Henson: The Biography
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Loving the real talk in this episode. Lots of laughs, too (as usual) but the hosts get into some personal emotional stuff. Thanks @cameronstrang @anniefdowns @andrehenry
Germany and several other countries do it that way. Following a lot of Germans? :] I agree it looks weird. I haven't noticed it being used more, though.
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I have attempted to submit this Feedly feedback on their Uservoice forum. In the past I have had issues with the feedback not appearing, so I am making a copy here. The syndication link below is the URL they provided, but is not publicly visible currently.
When I send a WebSub notification (previously known as PubSubHubbub) for my Atom feed, the whitespace around links appears collapsed, so linked words run up against words around them. The feed is https://gregorlove.com/articles.atom. You can see this in Feedly with recent posts in my feed.
For this post, though (https://gregorlove.com/2017/05/ten-years-on/) I neglected to send a WebSub publish notification, so it appears Feedly did a regular poll of the feed and handled the whitespace correctly. It appears it's only for WebSub publish notifications that Feedly collapses the whitespace like this.