Jeremy Felt

Open source student.

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Bookmarked https://www.robinrendle.com/notes/a-web-browser-built-for-me/.

I like the idea of an anarchist web browser. 👍🏻

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A series of empty checkboxes spanning September, October, and the first part of November indicating how little code I've written while on paternity leave.

Code writing has commenced; danger ahead! 🙃

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I’ve been playing with Micropub a bit over the last couple days and am pretty excited about the progress I’ve made. Looking forward to posting more content—likes, reposts, replies, notes, and blog posts—from alternate editors, especially on mobile!

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In reply to: https://jeremyfelt.com/2020/01/12/working-through-displaying-webmentions/

This is a note that should show up as a reply, I think 🤔

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I haven’t left a note in a while. Hi! 👋🏻

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Hops on a vine that are maturing and starting to look like hops!

The hops, the hops are popping.

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A close up of hop burrs on a hop bine, which is like another name for vine or something.

TIL that hops appear as burrs before they become cones.

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An overhead image of a 13.5 foot hop vine.

Vine number one is measuring about 13.5 feet. There’s about 6.5 feet of twine left before I need to figure out something else. 😅

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Shortnotes version 1.1.1 released: a bit of house keeping and affirmation of WordPress 5.8 support.

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A selfie of me with a hop vine, which is now a couple feet taller than me.

I almost don’t fit in the selfie anymore!

It’s a very comfortable 85 out right now. May we be done with that nonsense for a bit. Bring on the 90s!

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A selfie of me standing next to a hop vine that has been growing like a... vine.

They grow up so fast!

It’s so hot in the sun! 😅

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My hand holding a glass full of raspberry radler. I'm sitting on the deck under an umbrella in the hot, hot evening.

Radler in the sun. 🍻

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A hop vine starting to wrap around a wood rod in a pot.

The first vine has latched!

This one is the best so far. Another plant just started sprouting its second set of leaves, another is still just a nub of a stem, and there has been no visible growth from the fourth.

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In reply to: Block Post Thumbnail

I’ve approached this crime—using the first image in post content as a featured image—a few different times and this seems the most like an infraction.

(yes, I had to lookup what came before misdemeanor)

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I’m always scared to try and paste a link over text in places because I assume it won’t work, but it did just work in Slack and now I know 🍻

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A screenshot of the code editor in WordPress with an empty data element used as an RSVP in a webmention.

I’d love to find the right way to insert inline, non-text, markup into a paragraph block in WordPress.

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In reply to: June IndieWeb PopUp Event: Very Sensitive Data on Your Personal Website

Another IndieWeb PopUp event to look forward to! I’ve been playing with a mix of public and private content both on this site and over at the new digital garden. It will be fun to dive into that a bit more with others.

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I found it hard
hard to find
oh well whatever
nevermind

Nirvana’s Smells Like Teen Spirit as an anthem for poorly designed user experience?

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It’s official, we’re hiring at Happy Prime!

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In reply to: An experiment in helping users and web publishers create deeper connections on Chrome

October, 2005: “Today Google announced a web-based feed reader…”

March, 2013: “We launched Google Reader in 2005 in an effort to make it easy for people to discover and keep tabs on their favorite websites.” … “So, on July 1, 2013, we will retire Google Reader.”

May, 2021: “[Today] we’re exploring how to simplify the experience of getting the latest and greatest from your favorite sites directly in Chrome, building on the open RSS web standard.”

Here’s to whatever happens in 2029. 🙄

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Jeremy's profile photo: a selfie taken while walking through Berlin.

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