Introducing my microblog, comments on my RSS feeds

Microblog

I got a place for microblogging on my website now. You can find it here.
Twitter is almost deprecated for me, I guess. I just need to set up a way to simply create posts for my microblog now. We’ll see how hard that will be…

This is published on my usual blog as a way to introduce the microblogging section, in case you missed it.
There is also a new link in the menu which you can use.

You can expect short, Twitter-like posts there (hence the name “microblog”) concerning whatever I feel like talking about that isn’t enough for an actual blog post and probably has little to no research behind it. It’s mostly to put my thoughts somewhere that isn’t a random text file on my local drive so they can rot publicly on the internet instead of in a private Discord1 channel.

As far as commenting on my microblog posts goes, you should do the same as on every blog post: send me an E-Mail to one of the addresses listed at the bottom of the post.

I will try using my website instead of Twitter now, since Twitter sucks. But, no promises, maybe this is all too tedious for me (for now).

RSS feeds

You might have noticed the new “This page’s RSS feed” link in the menu. This gives you the RSS link to whatever page you’re currently on, including all subpages. If you take my main pages’s RSS link, you’ll get updates on all the sections of my website, including blog posts and now also microblog posts.
If you just want either, go to the desired section and get the link of it there. That feed will then only include that section and it’s subpages.

For more information, read the documentation on hugo RSS feeds.


  1. I’ll say it as often as I have to: Fuck Discord. Don’t use it. ↩︎

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Posted on: March 02, 2022
Last modified on: September 26, 2022

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