I’ve said it before and I’m sure I’ll say it again: the current set of social networks overstayed their welcome.
Okay, I’m trying Firefox on iOS again.
It’s pretty lame that you can’t add a custom search engine to Safari on iOS. I’m toying around with SearX and this might be the biggest hurdle.
I linked to Lifehacker this morning. It’s the first time I’ve done so in over four years.
There’s a Telegram bridge in RSS-Bridge. 🤔
Imagine if $3 a month gave you access to a client app with the full Twitter feature set and Tweetie’s design sensibilities.
I only have one selfhosted web app installed on SiteGround now, everything else has moved to Linode. That will likely change sometime in the next few days. Still unsure about my WordPress installs, though. I’m sort-of leaning toward keeping them on SiteGround.
I’m trying to figure out how SiteGround fits into my new hosting situation. Now that I have a Linode, I’m not sure if I should keep SiteGround or not. Maybe just for hosting WordPress since they offer pretty tight integration with their plugin?
It’s really hard to get a good domain these days.