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[schmarty] Wowow this thread. Life comes at you fast! https://twitter.com/redman/status/1366137187117506560
@redman Some personal news! ✨ Two friends and I created a new thing to fix online recipes 😄 http://recipeasly.com - your favourite recipes except without the ads or life stories 🍩 Feedback and RTs appreciated! 🙏 https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EvV-h-yWQAY73wi.jpg (twitter.com/_/status/1366137187117506560)
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[Murray] RE: recipes, seen this shared a few times now as a less intrusive/obnoxious equivalent (though still not sure how I feel about it): https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/recipe-filter/ahlcdjbkdaegmljnnncfnhiioiadakae
Loqi [Aaron Parecki] Vegan Banana-Apple Bread https://aaronparecki.com/img/1240x0/2020/06/01/19/banana-bread.jpg
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[Ana_Rodrigues] It’s interesting - my brain by default ignores the intro texts (similar to how it ignores ads etc) so it really surprised me how the intro texts annoyed people.
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[Jacob_Hall] I like to scrape data for my own use: my folder of recipe bookmarks is getting long enough that it's hard to find what I'm looking for, and I've already seen some of the links rot. I see how it could be seen as exploitative, and I would certainly hesitate to publish a recipe unless I made significant changes to it and gave credit to any that I was inspired by.
[Jacob_Hall] There are screenshots @ the link I just sent
@redman It’s worth clarifying, imported recipes are only visible to the user who imported them - similar to if a user had printed the recipe or copied it into a doc. We’re putting great care into make sure Recipeasly can’t be used to take away from the great work bloggers & creators do (twitter.com/_/status/1366187523043696642)
[Jacob_Hall] This does get at a question I've been asking myself a lot recently. My website has always been primarily for me: a place for me to organize and serve my own content for my own use. If I publish recipes that I like using, the public nature of the site makes me more accountable for how/who I got them from.
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[KevinMarks] There is settled caselaw that you can't copyright a list of ingredients and instructions, and it is partly this that encourages people to write essays around recipes so that there is something copyrightable there. This also makes using h-recipe less attractive for them as then extracting the non copyright parts is easier.
aaronpk this starts getting into the incentives for publishing in the first place. people publishing content online generally need to get some sort of payment for that work. right now that is unfortunately primarily in the form of advertising revenue. that drives improving SEO to get more revenue, and it turns out the existing ad model does not incentivize publishing just a list of ingredients and instructions
aaronpk in fact there's even bloggers on patreon so clearly the text format isn't even the unique thing here https://leavingworkbehind.com/can-you-monetize-your-blog-using-patreon/
[tantek] [cleverdevil] see https://chat.indieweb.org/2021-02-26#t1614368523092700
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[Jacob_Hall] not too late alex!
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