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May. 1st, 2020

Recently I've mostly been putting links on Twitter, since I can't think of anything else to post. I completely understand getting annoyed with this stuff. I've also mostly migrated to Fartbook or just not using social media at all. There's also this [Mastodon] which I'm tying to remember to use. But otherwise yeah, meh.

You can click here to filter out all this Twitter crap and view my regular posts.

This will hide all posts by any user with specified tags (i.e. "twitter"). This requires Greasemonkey - you can get it for Firefox, and there are Greasemonkey clones or workarounds for Chrome (1 or 2), Opera, and Safari. Internet Explorer is trickier - you can try this or this, but neither have been updated for a while.

Also, Twitter automagically converts all links to their internal/stupid t.co shortener format. This is really annoying. You can get around this with Long URL Please [edit: updated edition!] which works with most browsers.



Apr. 27th, 2011 05:46 pm (UTC)
Wow, that was a lot of work. How far back did you tag?

I feel guilty about the twitter aggregation a bit too, so what I've been doing is whenever I see the twitter aggregate post, I go in and edit it, and add some further context and change the title from "MY TWEETS" to some form of content.

Trying to tie the tweets from a day into something comprehensive is a bit challenging, but other times it works out in a strange way.
Apr. 27th, 2011 07:28 pm (UTC)
I went back a couple years, but that only ended up being 27 entries, so...


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