Speaking of recommendation engines (which I have been, all over the place, at length, and so feel no need to link to) it seems to me that the one at GoodReads.com could do with a little more fine tuning.
"I Made My Shed the Top Rated Restaurant On TripAdvisor"
"Jay Rosen: This is what a news organization built on reader trust looks like"
"On The Hunt For The 'Love' In Granola: A Story About Loving Yourself"
"Language Log » On when listening is better than talking: A call for contemplation and empathy"
"Owning my reading log - macwright.org"
I'm late getting to this, but I would say it depends partly on which CMS you're talking about. I almost always compose directly in Known,
Happens to the best of us
My best 50% wholemeal Recipe link in bio. And while you’re there, check out the in DC next weekend.
There's a lot that's quite dodgy about the Guardian's farmer suicides article. See link at https://www.eatthispodcast.com/those-farmer-suicides/
Had to abandon the latest Gravy podcast because the levels were so all over the place. Pity; it seemed pretty interesting.
If only these self-same people were aware of the power of feeds. I get a pure timeline of Instagram photos from the people I follow
@DropboxSupport I've fixed permissions and checked for symlinks; thanks. The only app accessing often is nvALT. So, we'll see if things improve. I hope so.
Checked into Scarpone
What is @dropbox actually doing when it is "indexing," why does it need to do it so often, and why does it hog my computer