I’ve really become a fan of the Nord theme, to the point I’m installing it everywhere I can. The next step is to play with the CSS on my site. https://www.nordtheme.com/
Just updated my blogroll: added Redecentralize Digest, a monthly digest that can be accessed via email newsletter, RSS feed or blog on their website.
Did you know that the green lawn that is so common today was originally a way for the landed gentry to show off their wealth? It was meant to imply the owner could afford to have all this land being non productive, setting them apart from those whose livelihood depended on what they could cultivate.
From the beginning, it was an ostentatious display of obscene wealth.
Die Wochendämmerung ist da!
Mit @email@example.com, @firstname.lastname@example.org, @email@example.com und einem Limerick von @Ohrenblicker@twitter.com - dazu ne Menge spannender Themen. https://wochendaemmerung.de/melnyk-pressefreiheit-sylt-indien-lng-terminals-inflation-in-der-tuerkei-und-die-jugend/
Never read Dracula before? Would you like to read it.... over RSS? Dracula is entirely made up of letters, telegrams, newspaper articles. Each has a date, between May 3rd and November 10th, Last year, and now this year, Dracula Daily has offered people the ability to read the classic novel "in real time". It just started, so if you add https://draculadaily.substack.com/feed to your newsreader, you can follow along this year. #rss
Mastodon has a verification mechanism, though it looks different from Twitter's. We do not ask for your documents. Instead, if you have a website that you are known by, you can verify that you are the owner of that website.
Link to your Mastodon profile from the website, either through a visible link, or through a <link> tag in the head of the document, with a rel=me attribute, and link back to that page from your Mastodon profile. It should then get a green checkmark, like @Mastodon.
Dieses "X hat bald Premium-Features, die Geld kosten, boo, lasst uns wechseln"-Mindset werde ich nicht verstehen.
Supermärkte und Bauern verlangen jetzt Geld für Nahrung, lasst uns in den Wald gehen und nach Würmern und Beeren jagen.
Srsly, was ist so verkehrt daran, für Software oder Services zu zahlen, vor allen Dingen, wenn es sich um *gute* Freemium-Angebote handelt? Zuverlässig, polished, woher kommt dieser Anspruch, dass es umsonst sein *muss*?