Replied to Link Sharing through Tiny Tiny RSS (Throw Out The Manual)
When Google Reader kicked the bucket I used Fever for awhile but had concerns when the developer decided to stop focusing on it and looked around for an alternative. There are several hosted services out there like Feedly and NewsBlur that seem nice, but I liked the idea of something
I like the idea of writing notes within the application and publishing these. I feel that this is what is trying to be achieved with the micropub feed reader revolution. Personally, I have taken to this with my second blog designed to replace social bookmarking, such as Diigo. Although it is not as simply as Tiny, I like the ability to craft each post. I also like the nuance of Post Kinds.

Originally posted at Read Write Collect

Listened 004: Tech Talk Thursdays by Tim Owens from Reclaim Today

Your weekly Q&A session where we debunk the hosting myths, show you how the donuts get made, and answer all your burning questions about web hosting or anything else you have on your mind.

Tim Owens breaks down all the different facets of email. He discusses spam, servers, iMap vs Pop and various setup considerations.
Replied to 👓 Site Building with WordPress and Elementor | Throw Out The Manual by Chris AldrichChris Aldrich (Chris Aldrich | BoffoSocko)
I am curious how some of these site builders will do with the upcoming release of Gutenberg, however.
Chris, I had the same thought while reading Tim’s post. It will be interesting to see the impact of Gutenberg.
Bookmarked Running a Jekyll Site on Reclaim Hosting by Tim Owens (Throw Out The Manual)
Python and Ruby are not languages I've played much in but I figured this was a perfect opportunity to see if I could install Jekyll and get it to run right inside my Reclaim Hosting account to remove some of the barriers to using it. And I'm happy to say I was successful! Here's how it works.
I have long wondered about Jekyll, in part inspired by Kin Lane. I like Tim Owens breakdown of how to use Reclaim Hosting to set this all up using a virtual environment. Now to find some more tinkering time.