[0x3b0b]I had only really started using Twitter for much in very recent history, so I didn't really rely on it for anything, and now almost all I do with it is click through from the emails they send me (which I haven't bothered to turn off yet) to see what was funny about a retweet if it's from one of two specific people, or go to one of those two people's profiles occasionally to see whether his Twitch stream is late or canceled. I did, however,
Loqitestimonials are quotes from people stating how they are inspired by the IndieWeb, or otherwise find IndieWeb technologies and the community an interesting, productive, and welcoming place (per code-of-conduct) https://indieweb.org/testimonials
[tantek]t0nic++ that's a good summary of how an IndieWeb site can be useful beyond blogging: "a tool I use to interface with the internet, beyond just writing things" — want to add that to the testimonials page ^ ?
capjamesg"All paid/permanent users now have 50 MB of disk space on our servers for PhonePosts, userpics and other upcoming features requiring file storage. Text journal entries do not count against this."
capjamesg"This isn't available yet, but soon paid members will be able to check their friends pages via POP3. That's right: you'll just have to add LiveJournal as an incoming mail server in your mail client, and let it check for friends updates in the background. All the details aren't worked out, but it's looking good so far."