My car does the same and it's a bit frustrating. Sometimes it won't even update the display when a new episode starts.
This is promising. Like you said, podcasting is one of the last decentralized media. This proposal could be a way for podcasters to build a business independently and prevent podcasting from sliding further towards centralization.<br><br>And this is a critical time for podcasts. More people than ever are listening, but the big silos are also paying more attention. I think, by default, media moves towards centralization so stalling that before it's gone too far is important. It's easier to stop the slide than turn it around as we're seeing with the rest of the web
This showed up really well in my reader. The timestamp looks wrong, though and it's missing an avatar. A summary would definitely be nice, too. But this is a great start!
I'm never done learning about <a href="/tags/vim" class="hashtag" title="vim tag">#vim</a> . I knew most of the tips in this post, but still a few tidbits that helped me level up.<br><br> <a href="/tags/development" class="hashtag" title="development tag">#development</a>
Some interesting topics at the <a href="/tags/ChromeDevSummit" class="hashtag" title="ChromeDevSummit tag">#ChromeDevSummit</a> 2018. Portals sounds like an interesting concept. Animating page transitions is definitely something that could make <a href="/tags/webapps" class="hashtag" title="webapps tag">#webapps</a> even cooler.<br><br> <a href="/tags/webdev" class="hashtag" title="webdev tag">#webdev</a>
And now reposts/boosts work too. <a href="https://adhoc.systems/boosts">https://adhoc.systems/boosts</a>
Cool. I've got likes working on my site now. <a href="https://adhoc.systems/likes">https://adhoc.systems/likes</a>
the post had newlines in the content, but HTML ignores them. I need to convert newlines to <br> tags
Hmm. That post had some newlines in it. Something funky is messing up the formatting. I'll have to look in to that tomorrow.
this is a <a href="/tags/test" class="hashtag" title="test tag">#test</a> reply to Aaron Parecki's post on implementing <a href="/tags/webmentions" class="hashtag" title="webmentions tag">#webmentions</a>. I'm starting work on webmentions in my CMS
So, after a bit of work, I got my site working with <a href="/tags/Omnibear" class="hashtag" title="Omnibear tag">#Omnibear</a>. It was a nice push to actually get me to work on my form-encoded <a href="/tags/MicroPub" class="hashtag" title="MicroPub tag">#MicroPub</a> endpoint, instead of only focusing on the json endpoint.