“We’ve previously enabled our site to receive Webmentions, but what can we do about sending Webmentions to other sites? Much like we use Webmention.io to handle receiving Webmentions, we’re going to use Webmention.app to handle the sending. And the best bit is, we don’t need to make any modifications to our site!”
a new article to #IndieWeb TextPattern which covers integrating with Remy’s new Webmention.app service to enable sending of Webmentions for sites which don’t have that capability natively. Crappy Computers
Should we invert the conventional wisdom that “casual” or non-technical users only need bottom-spec’ed technology? Personally I’d always argue for “buy the best/highest spec you can afford”, based on the idea it
should last you longer, no matter your relative technical abilities or needs. “You get what you pay for” springs to mind. Daring Fireball: The iPad Mini
John Gruber’s (inevitable?) review of the iPad Mini. I’ll be writing mine soon(ish), but from the point of view of someone coming from an iPad 2, rather than the Retina iPad.
The 20 Most Unintentionally Terrifying Movies of All Time
Definitely agree on Dumbo. That pink elephant scene used to scare the bejeebus out’ve me.
An alternate universe – Marco.org
Sounds quite a lot like the experience in just about any high-street Electronics store in the UK, but with better décor. Although I rarely buy in an Apple store (shocking, I know!), I prefer their hands-off approach – let the customer explore the product on their own, and be on hand if they have any questions. “Hard sells” are really off-putting. If it’s good enough, your product will sell itself.