It's even worse than it appears..
I'm trying out using various social networks to start threads. Still going to use GitHub for serious stuff, but the last few days, some of my posts on Mastodon and Twitter have gotten unexpected interest. Not sure what to attribute it to, some people have theories, but why not just go with the flow. #
Threads: "Blogrolls may have seemed silly to outsiders, even to the bloggers of the day, but they were the first step after basic writing on the web (blogs) that led to the social web we're using on Twitter, Mastodon, Threads, Bluesky or Facebook. The blogroll says 'these are the sites and people I follow.'"#
I'm looking for an example of a WordPress site that has a block-oriented blogroll on it.#
Any billionaire could probably buy Trump now for $500 million, and thus put a bet down on the 2024 election. It could probably payoff 100-to-1 easy. #
ChatGPT has been down for me for the last couple of hours. I am really dependent on this thing. #

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