Bookmarked My Indie, Integrated Feed Reader (colinwalker.blog)
For a few years now, it has been a goal (or more of a dream) to build my own feed reader which integrates directly with the blog making it easy to perform indieweb actions such as likes and replies.

This is a really beautiful looking setup. The best thing, I’d guess, is the integration with Colin’s blog using indieweb actions. The UI looks great. The video of mobile looks perfect.

The upside of a DIY system would be it works just they way you want it. I wonder if something similar could be done for WordPress, using FeedWordPress as a reader perhaps.

Bookmarked Lea Guldditte Hestelund at Overgaden – Art Viewer (artviewer.org)

Exhibition title: Consumed Future Spewed Up as Present
With a new total installation, Danish artist Lea Guldditte Hestelund explores and develops the possibilities and limitations of the sculpture as well as the body, in a near-future narrative.

In her artistic work, Lea Guldditte Hestelund is fascinated by the history, narratives and potentials of materials, and how these can be released and processed – whether by cutting into marble, or by shaping and transforming her own body.

I am currently reading The Employees by Olga Ravn which is a response to this exhibition.

Bookmarked Images from HTML, CSS, and Shortcuts - All this (leancrew.com)
The important thing I’ve learned here has nothing to do with Wordle or WordleBot. It’s that I can use Shortcuts to make an image out any HTML/CSS. As long as I can stuff it into a data URL, I can make an image from it. Could be very useful.

I don’t use shortcuts all that much, but this looks interesting.

Bookmarked Een alternatief voor Post Kinds? by Frank Meeuwsen (diggingthedigital.com)
Inmiddels gebruik ik de Post Kinds plugin (zie mijn handleiding) al weer een tijd op deze site. Het idee van de plugin is erg goed: Je kunt meerdere soorten posts maken en deze naar eigen believen vormgeven of weergeven. Het is een uitbreiding op de Post Formats die WordPress niet echt meer lijkt te...

Unfortunately I’ve been struggling with the plugin for quite some time, something that struck me again when I reread my archive. At the end of December 2020 I already ran into the same problems that I still have. In May 2021 I once again expressed my frustration in a blog post, and luckily both Ton and Jan were kind enough to steer me towards possible solutions. I know that Ton is now busy (or ready?) to phase out Post Kinds. And this plugin from Jan also offers possibilities.

Google translation.