Luckily, removing the offending spam entries was a simple one-line query from the Rails console because the spammer was dumb enough to use URLs that had an easy-to-query-for pattern.
Had to temporarily disable automatic approvals for new entries on ADN Finder. Got hit by spammers.
School canceled for tomorrow because our predicted wind chill at 6 am is supposed to be -30°.
At least now we don't have to get up early?
Hoping AirPods 2 bring more bass to the party.
I'm very sad that Wayne Static and Peter Steele are dead.
I just got some coffee in the mail from Heart in Portland and immediately made a cup. ❤️☕️
Currently resisting the urge to write a Micro.blog SDK in Ruby.
Some music doesn't sound correct until you have earned the ears to hear it properly. David Bowie's Blackstar is one of those albums.
Oh god I checked Daring Fireball and there was a Slack icon hot take why did I look why
Beyond that, though, we’ve grown ever more aware of the problems with centralizing the internet. Traditional blogs might have swung out of favor, as we all discovered the benefits of social media and aggregating platforms, but we think they’re about to swing back in style, as we all discover the real costs and problems brought by such centralization.
Seeing more and more pieces like this around the web makes me think that Micro.blog has some staying power. I’m still enjoying that community even though I haven’t been engaging much over the last couple of months. Over the next few months, I’m hoping to clear some of the dust and cobwebs off of this site and spruce things up a bit.