Interesting! Fun ideas here... :)
That's a good idea. I like Elementary OS, though it had some stability problems last time I tried it. But worth another visit, because it's been a while. 😺
I never thought I was a Gnome person, but I was pretty happy on Pop OS there, and when that install borked the other day I put on vanilla Ubuntu Gnome, and I really like it. How norm-core of me.
I'm definitely not the wild distro hopper and software twiddler I was a few years ago, wanting to try all the exotic distros.
(That Pop OS error was probably fixable, but I'd rather reinstall than debug most of the time.)
This is a fun writing app. The menus are kind of hidden, but I'm liking it now that I am starting to see how it works.
P.S. I tried to unfollow and follow again, to see if that changed anything. Does that mean I'm your one listed follower now?
This came up for me too, so definitely still following you. That's a weird bug.
@jaredmoody Thanks for the ideas. I'm not much of a programmer, so for now I am going to stick with the simplest way, which is nitter.net to RSS. Maybe a new groovy solution using Mastodon will come around one of these days.
Yes! That's great, thank you! I knew there were some tools out there I was missing.
This looks like a perfect replacement for Twit RSS, which doesn't seem to work anymore.
Update: apparently Covid is nothing to mess with because my uncle, who seemed to be doing better, had a turn for the worse and didn't pull through. Don't take these things lightly out there.
Meanwhile, now I'm exploring Obsidian as a sort of markdown file wiki, and I'm pretty into it.
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If your state gives you a "mail in ballot" you can almost certainly go drop it off and either a drop box or a county office at a time of your choosing.
Mask up and go drop it off as soon as you can. Avoid any possible shenanigans.
Please repeat or boost this message so folks who haven't done this before understand.
Also early voting is your friend!!
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Turns out I really like the Solarized Light Gnome Shell theme. After using dark themes for ages, I find that a muted light theme is easiest on my eyes.
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