Coco (2017) from letterboxd.com
Despite his family’s baffling generations-old ban on music, Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead following a mysterious chain of events. Along the way, he meets charming trickster Hector, and together, they set off on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel's family history.

Some context to think about in a new work role

Hey all #digped #doo #ds106 friends is anyone on @ReclaimHosting and publishing to WordPress using a micropub client successfully? Trying to figure out why my header authorization is still messing up my endpoints. by Greg McVerryGreg McVerry (jgregorymcverry.com)
If you do I would love to peek behind the scenes of your site to see where I am going wrong.

I am in the same boat – just moved this domain to WordPress on Reclaim Hosting, header issues with Micropub. I’ve only tried Quill thus far. Not sure if I can offer any technical help, but the problem is not just you 🙂

Satisfying an itch I’ve had for a while, I am working on migrating the back end of pilch.me from Known back to WordPress. I love Known, but this has been a long time coming. It’s probably my own fault for migrating 6 weeks before becoming a new dad (and taking on more at work), but I thought I would have more time to familiarize myself with the inner workings of the platform, to tinker and break things and fix them. I decidedly did not, so I’m heading back to the familiarity of WordPress.

When I initially migrated, Known had a lot of the Indieweb elements baked in (webmention, early micropub, post formats, etc), and the WP plugins lagged a bit behind. Now they are caught up, while Known development has slowed significantly. I feel a bit like part of the problem, since I’m not sticking with it. But I also do not currently have the time nor patience to figure out how to modify mySQL elements, or maintain URL rewrite rules and .htaccess files. I need to step back into a platform where I don’t have to worry about nuts and bolts, and customizing basic/intermediate elements is taken care of in a GUI.

I’m doing the migration manually, post by post. Known exported as RSS, and I was able to import that to start (WP’s built-in RSS importer threw errors, so I had to use this). This method created a lot of formatting issues with line feeds, lists, etc., which is why I am doing each post individually. This gives me a chance to review some old posts I forgot about, and also the ability to idly update posts during down time at work (the network there is extremely locked down, and would not allow external SSH/FTP connections).

The current WP install is at blog.pilch.me. I’ll probably keep the Known install, and figure out a subdomain for that when I am ready to switch the two.

In the meantime, back to your regularly scheduled children’s television and Deadpool action figure content.

a post (mike.fm)
YouTube Music Is Google’s Brand New Spotify Killer → I think it’s safe to say that this is the beginning of the end for Google Play Music. It’s a shame because I always really liked the Songza integration, the Material Design look of it, and I’ve never been a heavy YouTube user.

@mikedotfm I will miss being able to upload music along side the streaming library, but I guess that is what a Plex server is for