Also found this excellent shot of Jovian Salak, casually geographing:
Which reminds me, I still want to make the “Geographers” mock TV series intro.
#todo: write a browser extension which overrides Facebook’s über-shady LinkshimAsyncLink rewriting. What you see should be what you click.
Checked into Gullfoss, Iceland.
#todo: photos + location in the same note. Currently photos are email upload only. Other possibillity is to derive location data from EXIF metadata
So I got in-stream reply contexts showing — perhaps summaries of #indieweb comments next? I like Facebook’s approach of showing the last 4, a total count and a “show me more” button, which could be implemented simply as a link to the note page initially.
Reply context stream example: http://waterpigs.co.uk/notes?tagged=reply
Still TODO: make the ↪ a link to the in-replied-to page, add the datetime to the title for that link, remove the in-reply-to info from the bottom of in-stream notes as it’s noise now
Posting a note from a partly-disembowelled machine in Hakkavelin, Reykjavik. #todo: IP-based location approximation and/or geocoding, i.e. I enter the address and OSM tells me what the lat/long is. Potentially some redundancy between the two could be applied.
Pushed some styling improvements to individual note pages as a result of some brainstorming earlier today. Splitting the content into Primary, Contextual, Metadata and Network will give me a solid foundation on which to add more information (e.g. mentions).
One thing I haven’t added is an “actions” section, mainly because of double-click-to-edit. That only applies to the main content, though, and I have some other actions like syndicate to facebook, so I should make a section for those.#taproot #design #todo #web
Reminder to self: all existing online survey services are crap, build a better one #todo