Short status updates that may end up elsewhere, too.
Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/new-wordpress-plugins-disable-unsplash-cdn?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=new-wordpress-plugins-disable-unsplash-cdn. “Unsplash will not add an …
Unsplash will not add an option to disable the CDN[.] “We do this to [allow] Unsplash contributors to count the number of times their images have been seen.”
I often run across things that I’d like to share but don’t deserve their own post. Outside of Twitter, how do I share it? A microblog creates a space for that.
Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/plugin-rank-provides-insight-into-wordpress-search-results-competitive-analysis-and-email-reports-for-developers. Yeah, let’s all tweak our readme.txt …
Yeah, let’s all tweak our readme.txt files for SEO purposes.
I wish plugin authors would make the tests they hook into
site_status_tests and thus WordPress’s Site Health Check filterable. I’ve got some instances that still run Jetpack, in development mode and thus not connected to WP.com, and they’re all complaining about a missing token. And IndieAuth somehow thinks I’m missing an auth header while the suggested workaround works just fine.
Randomly listening to This Is a Standoff’s Be Disappointed on the stereo upstairs. Realizing I saw them live (just) once, in Brussels. Thinking of all the shows I used to go to—how things have changed! Thinking of Rob Weychert’s site of all shows he’s ever been to.
Why I start most—but not all—replies with “In reply to,” you ask? So that the few folks following me via RSS would know what the heck I’m going on about.
Ugh. I don’t like 1-hour programming videos. Anything video, really. Written text is so much easier to navigate. Way faster to read through, too.
When, inside my Microsub reader, I bookmark a bookmark, it’ll bookmark the original bookmark instead. (I know.)
Note the fear with which publishers talk about Google (anonymously). It’s the same fear that app developers exhibit when talking about Apple (anonymously). Ain’t centralisation something?
This response to “the App Store does business like a grocery store”—hint: it doesn’t—is just about perfect. (There’s like a dozen different grocery chains and a whole lot of other options, which is the entire point. Also, retail margins are nowhere near 30% minus whatever Apple actually spends.)
Was recently given a Philips HD8821 in need of a good clean, and, uh, this video helped.