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Justin Smith Dec 14
Repeat after me: thou shalt not build essential services on other people's platforms.
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Enneagram Type Four May 20
Replying to @Enneagram4Facts
Sike, it's here now, as are all the rest of the throwback info threads:
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Enneagram Type Four May 13
For all the long-time followers (and the newcomers) who enjoy the in-depth informative threads, they are now housed here:
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Theresa Stager Apr 1
ok, tweeps.... has called it quits. Where is your next stop on the content curation/publication front?
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Chris Willmott Mar 29
Another example of the difficulties of being beholden to online resources being taken in different directions by developers (or closed down by new owners)
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Jeanice Corso Mar 28
Replying to @annadelconte
oh me too! Haven't seek the Waklet in action.
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Laura Pasquini Mar 17
Wakelet: A Replacement for - Thanks, via in May!
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Sarah E. Griswold Feb 28
Apparently Storify is shutting down in May. like ?
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((Andrew Jacobs)) Jan 29
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Jeff Samsonow Dec 19
I always read Mack's take on . (And he's always got great stories from outside of Edmonton too!).
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Sawood Alam Dec 14
Replying to @edsu @Storify
Now, backup stories of any account with the following one-liner before we call : docker container run -v "$PWD/storify":/storified/downloads ibnesayeed/storified <A_STORIFY_ID>
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Tracy Bains Dec 13
Oh, shit. There are tons of my blog posts that rely on which I ❤️.
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512Tech Dec 13
WEDNESDAY TECH CRAWL! Apple invests $390 million into Texas chip manufacturing, what experts got wrong on Bitcoin, Twitter adds threading and
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Sjoerd Levelt Dec 13
Replying to @SLevelt
then, once had taken off, I gathered its first tweets in a storify:
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Christian Payne Dec 13
I see are serious about their global destruction of curated and embedded stories. Prepare for the linkrot & webhole aftermath.
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JFKuhlmann Dec 12
Replying to @quermitdenker
Quick little shout out and thank you (!) to who eventually made me try out just a couple of weeks ago! :-)
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JFKuhlmann Dec 12
Replying to @Storify @Livefyre
Who got used to the UI of can try Storify 2, after purchasing a license (which again makes you dependent on a commercial platform)
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Christian Payne Dec 12
I think about my late Grandmother's curated tweets dissipating with the death of & I'm thankful that is still here. But for how long?
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Christian Payne Dec 12
This was my First 7 years ago... & the holes in this story reminds me that social platforms care little for archiving of our cultural history. It's self host or nothing.
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Christian Payne Dec 12
When I first heard about I asked them if they could guarantee my stories stay online for 10 years. Of course they couldn’t. If I’m honest I’m surprised they remained hosted for this long.
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