One more for the slagheap: Disqus. They support censorship and do it in a very sneaky manner – anyone can establish a Disqus account and use a fake name to do so. 34 more words
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The Trump Effect.
When this blog was undertaken the first post published garnered one follower. (I must confess: Before this blog was started I told a friend, a professor of media, about my intention, and that resulted in him following this blog. 1,130 more words
Laravel – Disqus Platform Integration
A simple package integrating Disqus platform with Laravel.
- Via Composer
$ composer require yajra/laravel-disqus
- Register service provider
- Publish config… 101 more words
Well, I’ve yanked the Mother Jones magazine link from my blog. No damn way will I keep that. 2,016 more words
Today I had to quickly assemble a wiki/blog website for our family temple back in India. At first, I considered doing my traditional option to leverage WordPress (this blog MyThinkPond.com uses WordPress). 882 more words
For about ten years, The Daily Telegraph of London ran a blogging platform on its website. This was known as My Telegraph. It was hardly the most original title but behind it lay the technology to not only blog but also comment and members could even participate in groups. 252 more words
There is no question that machine learning is at the top of the hype curve. And, of course, the backlash is already in full force: I’ve heard that old joke “Machine learning is like teenage sex; everyone is talking about it, no one is actually doing it” about 20 times in the past week alone. 1,051 more words