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Here's an Internet Archive capture from yesterday: http://web.archive.org/web/20190415223107/https://twitter.com/i/moments/1117202995962212352

It's a bit of a pain to copy the permalink, take off the "http://web.archive.org ..." part at the beginning, but then you have the tweet permalinks. I'm going through and reporting now. Several appear offline already, which is great.


Chad Loder

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This is not OK! I've added 100s of tweets with death threats to @IlhanMN to this Twitter Moment. The @HuffPost and @washingtonpost link directly to it. In the last 30 min, @TwitterSaftey cleared it & I can't add more tweets. Those tweets are STILL ONLINE. https://twitter.com/i/moments/1117202995962212352


I’m attending The Gospel of Inclusion Book Launch on


I had a really good phone call with my long-time friend Alan last night. It made me appreciate having people you can be vulnerable with and how that can improve my mood. That also reminded me I should really start talking to a therapist.


I’m attending Behavior-Driven Development” on


Want to read: Everything Belongs: The Gift of Contemplative Prayer by Richard Rohr (ISBN 9780824519957)


close-up of myself wearing sunglasses on the beach
First beach day for me this year

gRegor Morrill

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Do I need this t-shirt, y/y? https://teespring.com/anti-software-software-club#pid=369&cid=6513&sid=back

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Kelly Clowers

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Even if they do support it... thinking more about it, making the reader chop up the html body formatted in who knows what way and transform it into a nice feed seems like a terrible idea. And what about all these BS pages that don't even exist really until the JS runs?

There are microformats parser libraries in a variety of languages, so adding parsing is the relatively easy step: http://microformats.org/wiki/microformats2#Parsers

Mastodon and micro.blog publish microformats. Most WordPress themes publish legacy microformats1.


Brian Smith

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What are the most-used feed readers, based on User-Agent in requests to your feed? Is it still useful to publish an RSS/Atom feed at all, or do all the feed readers that matter support h-feed and h-atom (http://microformats.org/wiki/h-feed)? Seems silly to produce an XML copy of a feed now.

Most of the "big" readers don't support microformats yet, but the #indieweb community is making some progress. Check out @aaronpk's post https://aaronparecki.com/2018/04/20/46/indieweb-reader-my-new-home-on-the-internet.

I use https://granary.io to convert my h-feed to Atom. It's more DRY than maintaining a separate XML file.


Want to read: The Spitting Image: Myth, Memory, and the Legacy of Vietnam by Jerry Lembcke (ISBN 9780814751473)


♫ The new Jenny Lewis album is great, as expected. https://youtu.be/rLFJT_ca8YA


Adam Rackis

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Yesterday I was glowing after having discovered CSS's Flexbox. Today I found an even nicer gem, for managing the cascade: !important Tack that bitch onto any style and shit "just works" ?

::after { content: "delete this" !important; }


Jeremiah Ragsdale

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OMG This thread is amazing.

Well, half of the tweets are.


I don't understand the concept of "entirely too much bread."

https://twitter.com/jbouie/status/1111235803861135360


In reply to a post on www.jvt.me:

There's also indieweb.xyz which is more broad, topically.



I’m attendingVirtual Homebrew Website Club” on


Want to watch: At the End of the Day


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