@bradenslen So much of the US Government is on WP 5.9.1 and will not be moving on any time soon. Classic editor will be with us for a long time

@khurtwilliams good idea. A key boundary to protect and a need to ensure availability.

@khurtwilliams I will have them up on a store soon. I was trying snipcart and rolling my own but just soo much work and one more manual till it hurts break points.

@chrisaldrich meet @carterb5. An #edu522 student new to micro blog.

@dave Not just slack ops but I would say the majority of SIEM/SOAR or home spun solutions to meeting Federal cybersecurity requirements rely on RSS feeds. SlackOps sounds like a last mile/endpoint notification

@carterb5 Welcome to microblog

@manton Prediction: Buddy Comedy announced in under 6th months...What we saw was advanced meme making marketing

@aaronpk Go for the ultimate experiment. Limburger.

@jean What a great name for an N/A spirit

@jean That was one good thing about masks in the work place. Before you could only drink Vodka...Much easier to mask the smell of Gin or Whiskey

@judell @dr_jdean has via been deprecated? I can't seem to put the wrapper url in front of urls.

@jgmac1106 #clmooc This is a found poem using the Only Questions tool by only-the-questions.glitch.me @pomeranian99 by remixing poems from @dogtrax dogtrax.edublogs.org/category/... rhizolearning hashtag. (I added new punctuations to parenthentical salutations for I share a love for stuffed in segueys).

@JohnPhilpin Yeah you caught me in a A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia kinda mood but think about it

a truth can be based on zero facts if enough people repeat it. And how can something be true until atleast one person repeats it?

Truths are socially complex text that unfold in real time across modalities yet cemented in history through various forces of varying amplification and authenticity whose speed and scope has advanced in way never seen in human history.

@JohnPhilpin they know how to use truth as power. Repeating semiotic lines of membership

@JohnPhilpin yes. It being a lie is your truth.

Truths an assemblage of landscape as facts take different lines of flight.

@JohnPhilpin isn't it a truth for many?

@JohnPhilpin truth is repetition

@aaronpk marketplace and community news from my small town the two things I miss about facebook.

@ton and my personal library needs more academic, a ton of pdfs, ease of citations. Currently I just add files to a folder on my server and then share them behind a hypothes.is link.

Or a bookmark...Maybe why on my old Known site (not RIP...but life support) that was my most subscribed feed.

@cambridgeport90 till you actually hear it.......

@cambridgeport90 ukulele and bass...Can't hold the basses yet, four string acoustic/electric, and a 6th string electric beast, ukulele what I have been really studying for the last year and half (a ubass will be next set of strings).

Still can't play for long stints but healing each day.

@manton So good to see everyone and have a nice flow of the day of the Why (what do people do and want to do), the How (the plumbing session), and the What session (identifiers).

@pimoore dangnnit, now fire and deasire too far apart and that's the the whole mirror bending in on itself...grrrr dust left unsettled always paints better pictures that history's streaks

This is the webring: clmoocring.jgregorymcverry.com it shouldn't be attached to my ID (my url is) but I set it up for us when Google+ crumbled at an IndieWebCamp.

Keep meaning to move it to clmooc.com so more our We(s) than my Me(s) just time erodes walls of intentions in stones of forgotten webmentions

The CLMOOC webring has a strange history. Easy to see in any time web ring can get a notification to ding in the present tense.

@pimoore Wow. thanks, bunch of us hang on on smallpowems and the clmooc webring, welcome to join us, I should add micro.blog site to the ring.

I want to change the two uses of darkens...Kinda an unwritten rule of mine not to use a word twice unless planned device.

@ronguest We made the mistake after redoing our kitchen of thinking we could get away with a pop up toaster...bad mistake. Think I will go with your recommendation