I admit it. I had too many domains, so I’ve consolidated.
BritVector.com does not exist anymore, but BritVector lives on…
andyrush.com/britvector now re-directs.
I’m not sure how I missed this (or even the whole “Escape from the Office” series), but it’s really well done.
The Underdogs are back in business — as in, small business. Escaping from their evil boss’s clutches, the team finds out how to spin an idea into a product, and a product into a company.
While looking for a way to get the RSS feed for my Mastodon bookmarks, I found this… Not what I’m looking for but interesting.
An Apple shortcut that shows your bookmarked posts on Mastodon.
Temperatures will dip into the 40s down in the Everglades, and lows on Christmas morning will even get into the lower 20s across the northern Gulf Coast. (22°F is frigid for Mobile, Alabama, y’all.)
Conditions will gradually improve and warm toward some semblance of normal during that vaporwave week between Christmas and New Year’s when existence is a simulation and nobody actually gets anything done except for eating cookies and reading best-of-2022 listicles.
Here’s a bit of information about RSS feeds in Mastodon.
First of all, you should already know that all Mastodon users have an RSS feed. If you take your account and add “rss” to the end, you get (using my account for example):
Easy as that!
OK. How about other feeds. Well, you can get a feed from a hashtag. Try…
That will give you the RSS feed for the hashtag #PhotoMonday and you will see the results displayed accordingly.
I’ll add more as I discover them, or if you have some, send them to me!
If you haven’t seen the new Barbie “2001” Trailer…
If you haven’t seen the side-by-side (or top-over-bottom) comparison with 2001, you have to go here – https://twitter.com/MatthewGaydos/status/1603810520003317761
CAUTION!!! It’s on Twitter
… then the new version of MarsEdit brings the fixes!
Ignore – just testing…
Make sure you read the thread too…
I started writing, and couldn’t keep up with my mind, so I opened up my iPhone and started talking about what happened and what we should and shouldn’t do if we want to rebuild the war-torn landscape of blogging and feeds, that still exists.
For now, this is an experimental page about Mastodon.