Reply to Aaron Davis’ Reply to IndieWeb Press This bookmarklets for WordPress

Replied to Reply to IndieWeb Press This bookmarklets for WordPress by Aaron DavisAaron Davis (collect.readwriterespond.com)
I have been using Dave Winer’s Radio3 platform/bookmarklet, but would rather a process which would allow me to store bookmarks on my blog and POSSE them. I was therefore wondering about creating a similar bookmarklet that generates ‘Bookmark’ post-kinds, as well as the possibility of posting from mobile? Am I going down the wrong path, especially as WordPress tinkers with ‘Press This’?
Aaron, the IndieWeb PressThis version bookmarklets are certainly a laudable solution for bookmarking things (even as WordPress moves the functionality of the original out of core), but I suspect you may find a more robust solution given some of your current set up. Post Kinds Bookmarklets [caption id="attachment_55703976" align="alignright" width="152"] A screen capture of my…

To AMP, or Not To AMP, That is the Question: Whether ’tis Nobler in the Mind to Bookmarklet

"Hi. My name is Chris and I'm a web browser bookmarklet junkie." Accelerated Mobile Pages I've been following most of the (Google) Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) discussion (most would say debate) through episodes of This Week in Google where Leo Laporte plays an interesting foil to Jeff Jarvis over the issue. The other day I…

IndieWeb “Press This” Bookmarklet for WordPress

Liked IndieWeb press this by Matthias PfefferleMatthias Pfefferle (GitHub)
I'm not sure why I didn't upgrade this ages ago when I saw it mentioned (probably because of the manual nature of the upgrade and the fact that I don't think it's bundled into the IndieWeb plugin for WordPress), but here we go. And this is the first post actually using the bookmarklet. IndieWeb press…

Reply to Tom Critchlow on feeds

Replied to a post by Tom CritchlowTom Critchlow (tomcritchlow.com)
This is a list of the feeds I'm reading. The page auto-updates every 10 minutes or so. Why? Because we need to resist the hyperfeeds and build our own small feeds in the open
I'm curious how you're generating your particular feeds. For over a year now I've been using a simple bookmarklet system to post what I'm reading, listening to, and watching to my own website and providing it as various feeds (RSS, JSON, and a microformats-based hfeed/h-feed) for others as well as syndicating some of these to…

Reply to Ian O’Bryne on annotations

Replied to a tweet by William Ian O'ByrneWilliam Ian O'Byrne (Twitter)
Ian, thanks for putting together all of these examples. I think my preference is for option three which provides the most context and seems easiest to read and understand. I like the way you've incorporated the blue arrow, which makes semantic sense as well. I'm sure I've seen other versions, but Jon Udell has at…

👓 Brainstorming on Implementing Vouch, Following and Blogrolls | David Shanske

Read Brainstorming on Implementing Vouch, Following and Blogrolls by David ShanskeDavid Shanske (David Shanske)
Vouch is an extension to the webmention protocol. Webmentions usually have two parameters…source and target. Target is the URL on your website  that the Source URL is linking to. The vouch parameter is a third URL to help the target determine whether or not they should accept the webmention. This...
I like the sound of where this is going already! All these small little pieces loosely joined to build a much larger edifice is certainly interesting. I've got a somewhat reasonable bookmarklet for quickly following people, though it's not marked up with XFN data (yet) -- perhaps another data field for Post Kinds? I do…

An Outline for Using Hypothesis for Owning your Annotations and Highlights

I was taken with Ian O'Byrne's righteous excitement in his video the other day over the realization that he could potentially own his online annotations using Hypothesis, that I thought I'd take a moment to outline a few methods I've used. There are certainly variations of ways for attempting to own one's own annotations using Hypothesis…

Some thoughts on highlights and marginalia with examples

Earlier today I created a read post with some highlights and marginalia related to a post by Ian O'Bryne. In addition to posting it and the data for my own purposes, I'm also did it as a manual test of sorts, particularly since it seemed apropos in reply to Ian's particular post. I thought I'd…

🔖 ❤️ Protohedgehog tweet

Bookmarked a tweet by Jon TennantJon Tennant (Twitter)
This suggests some interesting bookmarklet functionality.

🔖 Taft Test – Web Dev Placeholder Image Generator

Bookmarked Taft Test - Web Dev Placeholder Image Generator (tafttest.com)
Does your site pass the Taft Test? Generate or swap images of Taft for web development.
I wish I had lots of bookmarklets that did quirky things like this. Interestingly this one has a relatively useful use-case in addition to its unintended comedic service.
Replied to A post on Mastodon by wiobyrnewiobyrne (Scholar Social)
@mrkrndvs I've really been interested in the collection/curation I see from you & @chrisaldrich - I'm in the process of figuring out how to build up a WordPress site to serve as the "commonplace book" on the WordPress site, keep it simple, and have it pump into my weekly newsletter. Any links/guidance/plugins on how to make this happen is definitely appreciated. I want to keep this as simple/lightweight as possible. :)
@wiobyrne@scholar.social @mrkrndvs@mastodon.cloud I've written in a little bit of depth before about Organizing my research related reading. My favorite piece of the puzzle is using the Post Kinds Plugin for WordPress which has some useful browser bookmarklets for quickly saving what I read, bookmark, and interact with online. Having the ability to add categories, tags,…