Podcast: Thoughts on interop in outline-land based on Markdown.#
Yesterday, the last day of the year, totally by coincidence, I did my 50th Peloton ride. It's had a mostly positive effect, but my 66-year-old knees really feel it. Thing about these bodies they don't tell you, joints actually wear out like parts on a car, for example.#
PS: More rollover. I had to add rollover to the code in tweets.opml.org. And verify that the GitHub archive of our tweets rolled over at the beginning of the year. For example, here's the folder that holds the archive of my tweets. You can see there's now a sub-folder for 2022, alongside the one from 2021. #
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