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I’ve really liked Standard Notes and Simplenote. Both have markdown, tag support and sync across machines. I’d weigh in on the former for encryption and the latter for version control. I’ve never used nvAlt, so not quite sure what I’m stacking against. in reply to: « Oatmeal Internet! I need help. I’ve been using nvALT…

Replied to:The Facebook Algorithm Mom Problem

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Hilarious! 🙂 in reply to: The Facebook Algorithm Mom Problem POSSE For quite a while now, I’ve been publishing most of my content to my personal website first and syndicating copies of it to social media silos like Twitter, Instagram, Google+, and Facebook. Within the Indieweb community this process is known as POSSE an acronym…

Replied to:Hyannis notes | Srikanth Perinkulam

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Philip, I dynamically add the ‘Liked:’ and ‘Replied to:’ phrase to the title of the post using some crude code in my back-end. Essentially, I use a couple of workflows to fetch the link/article details and then add the markup et al using a custom functions in my wp install. Would be more than happy…

Replied to:Indieweb for Journalism

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Thanks for setting this up, Chris! Some interesting plugins out there on the WP front. in reply to: Indieweb for Journalism I’ve been meaning to do it for quite a while, but I’ve finally started a stub in the Indieweb wiki for the topic . There is a rapidly growing group of writers and journalists…

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I absolutely love the WP-GPX plugin! It takes an additional step to fetch the individual gpx file manually and upload it to your server to use the short code. However, the pain is absolutely worth it. And I’m sure there’s a way to automate this process. I also remember having an issue with it not…