🎉 Congrats on getting it working! And I'm really liking the design of your site.
Or the reverse, when there are new episodes of a show I watch and Netflix doesn't recommend them to me.
I have these exact same thoughts when listening to these discussions. The discussions keep coming up and the pundits keeps saying the same thing. They don't try the alternatives with any earnestness. They expect to come to these new, smaller networks and have the immediate experience they had on the siloed networks.<br><br>They talk about the glory days of Twitter, when it was new and everyone was friendly and reveling in the new social experience and originating practices like at-mentions, hashtags, etc, but they're not willing to do that again.
I can see those categories on your post in <a href="/tags/Monocle" class="hashtag" title="Monocle tag">#Monocle</a>
I really enjoy Black Lightning. My favorite of the CW superhero shows.
That's a great moment. I had a similar experience. When my son had his first night alone a month ago, my wife and I were so relieved but amazed that it was over so quickly.
Thanks for this. Looks like I've got some work to do.
Lol, this is awesome!
This is something that bit me before too 😢
It's also frustrating when you're playing around in the devtools and copy/paste some HTML snippet into your code.
Replying to <a href="/tags/test" class="hashtag" title="test tag">#test</a> webmentions. I'm going to manually submit this one to verify that my markup isn't the problem.
Then use more than 500 characters. 500 isn't a magic number. It's more important that you can say everything you want than to fit some arbitrary limit. Plus, that's the magic of the <a href="/tags/IndieWeb" class="hashtag" title="IndieWeb tag">#IndieWeb</a> ; it's your choice and no one else's