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“Apple more or less invented podcasting”

Next, some lazy journalist is going to claim Google invented blogging. It’s impressive lazy and/or dishonest to make a claim like that. No, Apple didn’t invent podcasting and most podcasts aren’t even using Apple’s infrastructure. It was probably people like … Continue reading

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WordPress, ClassicPress or?

I know I keep going on about it, but I am one of those people who really do not like to the current and future editor in WordPress, the Gutenberg editor. And I know how hard it is to make … Continue reading

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Can anyone spot the missing category?

Not mine, but someone else received this not-very-nice message from Zoom: Their “Community Standards” page reads, in part, We believe that hateful conduct is conduct that promotes violence against or directly attacks or threatens other people on the basis of … Continue reading

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More than 10 years of blogging

Well, September 1st passed and I could have celebrated 10 years of blogging by then, at least 10 years on this blog. This is the first blog I started that I actually managed to keep going and at 10 years, … Continue reading

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A reminder for all creators

(Youtube) And I am aware that I am posting this on WordPress, I just haven’t gotten around to fixing that yet.                  

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What Facebook did right

I am no fan of Facebook but I have to respect professional contrarian Dave Winer’s point, that Facebook enabled everyone to post anything online. This is what they did right and I (and Winer) can keep saying that everyone should have … Continue reading

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And yet, they keep using Facebook

Everyone should have a blog. I have been thinking a lot about this post by Mikkel Andersson, “Når Facebook dræber samfundsdebatten“, about a public discussion disappearing because 1) it happened as comments to a post on Facebook and 2) Facebook … Continue reading

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The original social network

How about if, instead of ditching Twitter for Mastodon, we all start blogging and subscribing to each other's Atom feeds again instead? The original distributed social network could still work pretty well if we actually start using it — Simon … Continue reading

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Being run off social media

Wil Wheaton is a good actor, a good writer and seems like a decent person. I actually once met him and I like him. He is, unfortunately, also an easy target for trolls*. Recently he left Twitter, for good reasons, … Continue reading

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Kommentarer og “likes” er velkomne

Men de er allermest velkomne her på min blog (henningjust.wordpress.com) eller på min mail (henning.michael.just@gmail.com). Jeg tror jeg er ved at begrænse min online-tilstedeværelse andre steder, selvom jeg fortsat vil lade min blog cross-poste til et par andre platforme. Bemærk … Continue reading

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