ThoughtStorms is nothing but LinkBins

If ThoughtStorms is looking a bit busy but weird these days, it’s because it’s starting to become my “bookmarking” application.

I’m not quite sure where I’m going with this, but for a while I’ve had a bookmarklet to add interesting pages to the ThoughtStorms LinkBin page.

Now I have a new way to route those links to other pages. It’s still pretty disorganized and controlled after that … but I think this is useful. (At least to me) and it gives a public (if slightly delayed) view of what I’m thinking about.

ThoughtStorms is still, slowly, evolving.

The code is pushed to the WIP on Github, my self-hosted public repo and a new Gitlab repo.

It will find its way into the thoughtstorms pip package soon …