Untangling The Web

I am still waiting for IFTTT to embrace Known.  I don’t think it’s going to happen any time soon: IFTTT seemed to spend most of this year trying to become the default channel for Internet of Things objects, which is either excellent forethought or a mad attempt to become the premier fish-bicycle dealer for the Western world.

I’m an edge case.  I want an untangled web. I want everything I do to copy back to a single place, so I have one searchable log for each day’s thoughts, images, notes and activities.  This is apparently Weird and Hermetic if not Hermitic.

I am building my monastery walls in preparation for the Collapse and the Dark Ages, damnit. Stop enabling networked lightbulbs and give me the tools to survive your zombie planet.

 

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