In my case, the photo is coming from the Post Kinds WordPress plugin parsing it from an hCard on the url I’m replying to, and the theme displaying it. It can be removed under the Author details:
I’ve been liking Inoreader enough I’ve taken advantage of their “Black Friday” offer, and grabbed myself a year of the Pro tier at a discount.
Common Weal director Robin McAlpine challenges the perception of public ownership that has been promulgated by its enemies WHAT is it about the UK's chattering class that causes them to get so confused about the pretty straightforward United Nations Resolution 1803? Some of it is ignorance, but it's also virulent free-market ideology.
I’ve been doing a lot of weekend house projects lately. I started with hours on YouTube watching videos on how to wire up wall switches because I wanted to control more lights on my network. …
Homebridge sounds like something I should try out sometime; HomeKit has quickly become my favourite way to control devices in my home… but device support is seemingly getting rarer (especially here in the UK)
There used to be a time, once Chris Grayling had hung up his butcher’s apron at the Ministry of Justice and Theresa May ushered in a quieter, more respectful justice strategy of wanton neglect, tha…
Well, #ParentPainters is looking like a terrific success, with lots of people taking part, and we felt it was time to provide some updated details! #ParentPainters started as a monthly paint along for the ParentPlayers, a group of parents who meet up for infrequent (3 times a year) sessions at Warha...
It's no secret I dig WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) and now that WSL2 is available in Windows Insiders Slow it's a ...
Good news! The U.S. Supreme Court has finally agreed to review the Federal Circuit’s dangerous decisions in the long-running case of Oracle v. Google. The Supreme Court now has an opportunity to reverse the damage done by the Federal Circuit. The Court can explain why copyrighting Application...
On Twitter, Melissa Fabello shared a text where a friend had asked if she had the emotional/mental capacity to listen to them vent about some things. I thought Melissa made some good points about healthy boundaries, emotional capacity, and open communication.
The progress I’ve been making with projects like https://lwa.black.af and https://fortress.black.af are giving me more hope in seeing what I’d like to for the IndieWeb. I really want to build stuff that I can gladly show to friends and help them join as well.
I’ve updated my Links page, adding RSS/feed data to every record I could, so Inoreader will pick up the feeds from my OPML file. I’ve also started adding all of the missing “follows” I have – starting with my old Feedly export, then I’ll add any missing from Aperture. So far I’ve added a bunch of blogs on various topics, and a new category for Scotland-focussed content.
Classifying sites has been one of the tricker aspects of this exercise so far! Some of my subscriptions date back 15+ years, and no site remains confined to a single topic for that long. For many I’ve been going with “what does this person do?” rather than what they’re currently writing about. Others are matched up with how I categorised them when I first subscribed (more or less). If I end up adding more categories I’ll reevaluate where some sites sit, but I’m keeping the number of categories as small as I can.
I’ve trimmed off a few dead sites, but – I confess – I’ve left just as many still on the list in the hope they spring back to life one day.
Disney used to always be looking forward. These days, it increasingly only looks back.
British advertisers rely more on keywords than microtargeting tools, according to source
Back-end development isn’t the same as front-end development.
A study has turned up a side effect of human spaceflight that no one had observed before.