Replied to you gotta love this guy! (simply.)
My buddy John is now back to school as a teacher in Scotland. His summer redux includes a wonderful video collage of summer photos

Thanks for the love Joe,
Just when I think I’ll get rid of the sidebar. They do seem to have gone out of fashion. I guess I’ll keep mine till they come back in😉
Ds106, was/is a wonderful course on ‘digital storytelling’ that has run in several universities but allows anyone to join in. A source of a lot of fun and a lot of learning about owning your own space.
The video is in the style of the now disappeared online service pummelvision. After it went I wrote a script to replicate it.

Replied to Successful Conversion from WordPress to ClassicPress by Brad Brad (cyberzettel.com)
New site.  Started with a fresh WordPress install. Got WP site set up. Installed Indieweb plugins and a few others.  Avoided using WordPress owned plugins like Jetpack and Akismet.  Found alternatives. Wrote some posts. Rediscovered ClassicPress.  Decided this was the best time to try ClassicPre...

Hi Brad,
This is very interesting. Good news about IndieWeb plug-ins. Two concerns, has ClassicPress the legs for a long run and will plug-ins, like the IndieWeb ones keep working on ClassicPress if they evolve with WordPress?

Replied to https://boffosocko.com/2022/07/14/55807162/ (boffosocko.com)
I’m curious if anyone has tried building a digital public zettelkasten on WordPress in general or using using the Slippy plugin in particular?

Hi Chris,
you would think WordPress could do this.

I installed slippy on a test blog. As far as a quick look showed it would not be useful for a public slip box. There is no published url that I could easily find. The repeated slips appear in the editor.

Slippy screenshot

Bookmarked Raspberry (steve-best.github.io)
I'm pleased to report that our iMac is now better than ever, thanks to Raspberry Pi Desktop for PC and Mac (also known as Debian with Raspberry Pi Desktop). What exactly is this operating system with an incredibly long name? It is a Linux distro based on Debian with the Raspberry Pi's desktop environment. (This is not actually the operating system that is typically installed on the Raspberry Pi devices (Raspberry Pi OS), but Debian with Raspberry Pi Desktop and Raspberry Pi OS are incredibly similar.)

Looking at mum’s old intel iMac in the back room…