I’ve had mike.rockwell.mx for about a month. In that time I’ve published 126 posts and received 150 comments. Webmentions and services that embrace them — like Micro.blog — are incredibly powerful tools for communication.
Everyone gets into these modes with their spouse where they just send random GIFs back and forth for like an hour, right?
Everyone that pays attention to news from both sides of the aisle knew about the Cuomo story seven months ago.
I try to avoid talking politics, but the bubbles that many of us have created are not only making us more hateful, but keeping us under-informed.
Following YouTube channels over RSS has been fantastic.
As nice as it is to not check Twitter all day, it does leave me feeling a little lost sometimes.
My Micro.blog usage grew fast. With my Mailbrew setup, Icro will surpass Tweetbot easily this week.
(I’m still trying out the different Micro.blog clients, giving Icro a try now.)
Adding links to my Mailbrew pointing to services that don’t have RSS feeds, email, or other open web options.
For example, I only *really* need to check Instagram once a day, a link in my Mailbrew digest is perfect for that.
I’m likely in the honeymoon period, but Mailbrew is the best Twitter client.
Everybody hates their printer, right?
I mean, there isn’t a printer that’s actually good, is there? Because if so, I would like to know about that.
The biggest miss with Micro.blog that I’ve found so far is that none of the client apps offer timeline syncing. There’s no way to keep my place across my iPhone and iPad.
*That* would be the killer feature for me.