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Back in December, I took the view that the current fact-checking industry, at least here Stateside, is less than instructive. In listed what I believe are problems with the fact-checking industry and proposed eight principles for sound fact-checking.

thenewleafjournal.com/proposal

🌟 Enjoyed this interview over at ThemeIsle, gets into WordPress, web dev, security and more πŸ”₯ themeisle.com/blog/jeff-starr-

Jeff Starr boosted

I just wrote a review of Wutsearch, a very interesting search engine launchpad created by @perishable . In addition to being a useful tool in and of itself, Wutsearch is a terrific way to try new search engines - it currently includes 16, with many niche and privacy-friendly options among them (Peekier is particularly fun). A valuable project today as Google controls 90% of the worldwide search engine marketplace.

thenewleafjournal.com/review-o

πŸ™ Thanks to Nicholas Ferrell at The New Leaf Journal for the great review of Wutsearch (search-engine launchpad) πŸƒ thenewleafjournal.com/review-o

Wutsearch now features 16 search engines! (Click "Options" to view all) wutsearch.com

markup *before* Gutenberg Block Editor:

<p>Welcome to WordPress.</p>

..and after:

<!-- wp:paragraph -->
<p>Welcome to WordPress.</p>
<!-- /wp:paragraph -->

In-depth interview with yours truly over at Speckyboy.com, discussing web development, security, future of and more. speckyboy.com/get-to-know-jeff

The ads you are seeing have nothing to do with you? Means you're doing something right.

I built a start-page search launchpad to make my life easier. wutsearch.com

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