1. @robinmujician Interesting — I’ve always considered a meme to be an idea transmitted between people, and memetics the study of how ideas travel between people. The argument being that uncommunicated thoughts aren’t very meaningful to anyone except the thinker, and the physical expressions of memes are creative works in their own right rather than memes — the meme being the idea that the creative work transmits.

    Never really considered it as applying to behaviours but it makes a lot of sense, and is in the official definition: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meme

  2. superfeedr: @BarnabyWalters Pinging from http://blog.superfeedr.com/indieweb-microformats-fragments-subscriptions/ … to http://waterpigs.co.uk/notes/4T3FSd/  I get "Source URI does not contain a link to the target URI"

    @superfeedr thanks for the heads-up, it was a caching issue in — now squashed with your mention happily on my page! I need to make taproot show names of blog posts instead of/in addition to the first bit of text.

  3. @|p^): @BarnabyWalters so we should only hang out on thursdays it seems?

    @w03_ I have come to realise that everything happens on Thursdays. But actually, I hadn’t even considered that each item corresponded to a day of the week — I just can’t get enough

  4. Aitor García Rey: I'm probably the last person to discover that non-antique organs, those massive steel & wood entities in cathedrals, have a MIDI interface.

    @_aitor generally true, depends on how puritannical the builders were :) The place I worked for took great delight in ripping MIDI hardware out of organs and replacing it with beautiful sensual wood+metal tracker systems

  5. Aaron Parecki: Testing out this inline reply interface from http://waterpigs.co.uk/intertubes/ I have a feeling I forgot to add support for in-reply-to to my own #micropub endpoint!

    @aaronpk and replying using the same app — could this be the first indieweb conversation carried out entirely using a third party micropub app?