Feeling a mixture of futility about the state of the world, loneliness, and depression. I don't post about these feelings often but I thought I'd try.
Alas, I do not. I use Google Music.
Just watched @Hannahgadsby’s #Nanette and I’m blown away. This is an important thing to watch. Funny, powerful, heartbreaking, challenging.
I was just told that I remind someone of Chris O'Dowd. That's a new one for me but I think I'll take it.
It's a chilly 96 down here in San Diego. Come on down. :]
Looking forward to the EP!
Thanks, Serena. I’m glad you’re enjoying it!
I don’t currently have plans to link the posts that appear on indiebookclub to a third-party service like Amazon or GoodReads. However, since the ISBN is sent in the micropub request to your site, plugin/theme developers could use that information to link the posts on their site to a third-party service.
I have made some improvements during the IndieWeb Summit which I will write more about soon. It’s now easier to make bookmarklets to pre-populate the new post form. This should allow developers to create few-click options for adding books without typing anything. It also makes it easier if you see someone else’s read post and want to quickly add it to your list.
Back in San Diego after another great #IndieWebSummit. Reflecting on some personal goals for the next year and ideas to expand the indieweb community.
you get a webmention, And You Get a Webmention, AND YOU GET A WEBMENTION...
Want to read: Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion & Truth in the Immigration Debate by (ISBN 9780830845392)
This was my first thought. I definitely want to visit.
Thanks for the quote! Minor fixes, though: my last name is Morrill and it's linked to @schmarty's great post. My quote came from https://gregorlove.com/2017/06/indieweb-appreciation/ :]
“Doubt one minute, faith the next — sometimes inspired, sometimes in despair. Canon Campbell taught me to ask myself a question when the latter state settles upon me. Whom do I know who’s alive whom I love? Good question — one that can bring you back to life.”
—, A Prayer for Owen Meany