Dress Code – a Menswear blog.
Hey guys -- this is my blog, Dress Code. Let me know what you think. I'm not sure how often I'll check Lemmy, but I included my matrix username on my profile (that's a cool feature), so if I don't answer here, try that (or Instagram, Instagram works). It's on ghost -- currently via a static-site-generator, but soon it'll be on a live ghost installation... probably.

Are you looking for plugins for your website that can extend the functionality of your WordPress site? In this article, I am going to share my personal hand-picked 16 Must-Have WordPress Plugin for WordPress Sites in 2020-21. which you can consider as must-have plugins or Necessary plugins for any WordPress sites, I will cover some basics about WordPress plugins also. Without wasting any time lets begin

Tiny Invisible Machines - very short post on free software
Been having a tough time staying focused and producing content during the quarantine. Here's something, which I hope is better than nothing. Please share tips for getting longer thoughts out of my brain!

0x7b2 - A blog: My personal blog and first exploration of blogging
Hi all! I wanted to share my blog I’ve been working on for the past couple of weeks. It’s lacking content right now since I just got started, but please check it out anyway. I’m looking for just about any feedback, if you like something please let me know. If you dislike something don’t hesitate to tell me. I’m sharing my blog here both because I hope my content might actually be of use or interest for somebody and because I want to improve my writing.

my (an aspiring ethical software dev) blog
Looking for readers and scathing feedback! Should I write more, am I making obvious mistakes, do ya like anything I say?

This is the first of hopefully many posts on the idea of using federated social media as a backend. Blogging is hard. Social media posting is easy. So maybe the blog can be built from the social media? Think about it, you get so much out of the box using someone else's site as your CMS. Lemmy takes markdown, and turns it into server-generated HTML which it serves up via RSS. It includes comments, and when Lemmy federates, those comments could come from members of any other Lemmy instance, offering users a low-overhead to commenting. Lemmy even includes image hosting! ![An image hosted on]( It's currently running in a very barebones manner at [](

My Personal Blog
Mostly about science/astronomy, some fiction and other things. No Ads, Trackers, or monetization.

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