The market can’t fix this. Markets work because buyers choose between sellers, and sellers compete for buyers. In case you didn’t notice, you’re not Equifax’s customer. You’re its product.
Read at the source: https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2017/09/on_the_equifax_.html
It is quick and easy, but does not do the job. Most important anti-feature: non-randomized links. So anyone can access all the shared links I make with Lessn by just changing the links last number…
Now going to try Polr.
> The process – care
> Decision trees suggest linear ways of working where one thing follows from and after the other. However, in many practices, care practices included, time is not an arrow and entities are not brought into being just once, but keep on changing. Rather than fitting fantasies of control, such processes depend on endless tinkering. Such tinkering, if done well, is care.
I moved from WordPress to Known!
Known allows for more casual posting as you can post straight from the front-end of the website. Also it allows for tight integration with Twitter. If I configured correctly, this post will also appear on my twitter timeline and any reactions there will be pulled back into my Known Site.
If so, I can from now on 'tweet' from my blog.