Immensely ⋆ chicky [dot] blog by crystalcrystal (chicky [dot] blog)
The Prison Book Club continues reading House of Leaves, over and over and over.

I’ve to admit I’m really curious about House of Leaves by now. Doing a lot of reading it never occurred to me to re-read passages or putting notes into a book at all. BTW I really like what you’re doing with your blog @crystal. Will you also enable backfeeds? You know I’m working on a POSSE provider for Okuna 😉

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  1. Thanks, I’m not 100% sure I’ll use all the features of all the things, so as to not flood the email of my 3 subscribers. Right now I’m still tweaking the shit out of things, but that’s been fun because it’s been a long-ass time since I’ve dug through PHP. I think I’ve got working and doing webmentions and the like. I still need to contact my host to get them to adjust mod_security to allow Indieauth to work properly.

    Also on

  2. Huh, now this is weird. The comment mention is without “u-in-reply-to” and won’t display for me because it can’t be sorted. May be an issue with jetpack. I recall something about this making trouble but since I’m not using it myself I’m at a loss.

  3. No dice 🙁 Let’s compare notes here. When I run I only get cite children but when I run e.g. – where this works – I can see nodes of the type comment. I may be wrong but it’s probably only missing a “p-comment” on the “h-entry” / “h-cite” of your comment and it sails.

    I found this brainstorming on how this is supposed to work:

  4. That should also not happen. Something is really messing with the microformats 🙁 Hard to tackle from the outside. Have an example link?

    BTW: If you reply to e.g. Twitter make sure to click the “Twitter POSSE” option too (

    This works only if your target understands Webmentions. Otherwise a blog may just get a Pingback and that’s all. And since it works without an API of any sort your template _must_ be able to render correct microformats into your HTML or your target has no chance of understanding what it is supposed to do.

    Sorry for the frustration you’re probably experiencing by now. WordPress is a mess because so many plugins can influence each other in so many ways. If it’s not the template falling flat already it’s some plugin manipulating the same HTML elements.

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