Glad to see John has updated minifeed.org so that it runs v2! Also, welcome to LaCroix here.
StartThis.org now runs Minifeed v2!
A few Minifeed v2 instances are following this one. Let’s see if they update with this post!
We’re about to push a big KSF announcement email!
Problem #bug with startthis.org/?p=2158 . In order to flip a plugin’s switch to push an attached pic to Twitter, I had to use the WP editor. When I attached an in-line pic there, I discovered two copies of the pic. I tried using the “x” of MF’s image deletion function, but this del’d both copies.
If you are reading this and are not subscribed to the KSF, Knowledge Standards Foundation, mailing list (which will give news about Minifeed), please do subscribe! See encyclosphere.org
It would be handy for social media in general to enable people to create collaborative, wiki–style documents right within the app. ￼Sometimes, a discussion needs to be collaborative. ￼
Demonstrating how Minifeed works to new folks.
I convened a roundtable with five encyclopedists to discuss how to create an encyclopedia network—an “encyclosphere,” like the blogosphere, but for encyclopedias.
Premieres in 20m!
Big Tech took over our digital lives. Let’s do something about it.
We’ve had enough of Big Tech.
It’s time for some serious Small Tech.
The Knowledge Standards Foundation’s first press release:
Why u no press like button?! 🙁
We are looking into how to speed up the lag (up to 10 seconds…) after pressing the Enter key. We have a setup that posts stuff *instantly*. The cheapo server we’re using is part of the reason for the problem.
Hello to all the KSF and Minifeed people. Please feel free to post here!
For the left, the only morally outrageous, dangerous riot was the one directed at its center of power.
Other riots are OK. Even urban centers in deep blue states can righteously burn. It’s for a good cause, you know.
Fauci isn’t really a “give me liberty or give me death” kind of guy. Read>
Jane Eyre, 1943, with Orson Welles as Rochester and Joan Fontaine as Jane, screenplay by Aldous Huxley, directed by Robert Stevenson (a good un I think). Free right here>
Maybe it’s time to move to Florida.
Never ever ever use Binance. If your experience is like mine and that of a bunch of other people, they’ll make your coins inaccessible for weeks or months at a time, without warning and without explanation.
“This is the fifth time the court has summarily rejected the Ninth Circuit’s analysis of California’s COVID restrictions on religious exercise.”
In a lawsuit, the state of Pennsylvania was forced to remove 21,000 dead voters from voter rolls.
Because the state had to be forced, of course.
Whoever designed the type of ad with fake “dismiss” buttons, which take you to a product page instead—they’re going to hell…
with Wayne State officials>
The irrepressible old liberal Pat Condell has finally produced a new video, this time in defense of free speech. He’s right, of course.
VDH (in the Epoch Times?!) has a list of “ten radical rules” that are changing America. Most listicles are insipid, but not this one. m.theepochtimes.com/mkt…
Foucault the pedophile. Hated the prerogatives of the powerful.
Reminds me of Allen Ginsberg.
My 10-year-old’s new hobby is…trading #crypto.
Seems he made $130 over the course of a year from passive @Brave ads. I let him transfer $50 to an account which he has been investing, and has so far made $14 more from trading, after trading fees.
If the education and media Establishment really cared about and wanted to encourage ethnic harmony, beyond mere tolerance, they’d behave very differently. There would be more positive portrayals of friendship and less anti-white bigotry.
We’re supposed to take seriously this absurd claim that evangelical Christians and Catholics are “religious extremists.”
Know what I find extreme? Locking down and masking healthy people for months at a time.
It’s sad & ironic that in 2021 an issue that divides the American left and right is whether racism against white people is an enlightened attitude. The left says yes while denying it’s racism. The right says no and demands consistency.