Welcome Brid.gy Bookmark

It’s been a long time in the making—or rather thinking about the making—, but I have finally added Brid.gy to my site. Bridgy pulls in Likes and Mentions from Twitter and displays them below Articles and Notes. I’m not sure if it already works, but in theory it should ;) If you like, or mention a tweet with the article or notes URL in it, your Twitter avatar and type of action should be displayed below. I kinda like surprises, so let’s see what it does.


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