https://dangillmor.com/ wishes for “forward-in-time links so we could read … his 2023 #100Days project, #100DaysOfIndieWeb … more easily from the beginning” https://mastodon.social/@dangillmor/109646621709452885

Great suggestion Dan. Wish granted.

On my #IndieWeb site, I control the user experience.

Since 2010¹, I’ve had previous/next ( ← → ) temporal² navigation links on the top right of my post permalinks, across all posts (something I always wanted on my notes, and Twitter lacked)

In 2018³, I added similar ( ← → ) links on day archive pages, for previous/next days.

Ideally I’d build similar automatic ( ← → ) links for each hashtag in a post, for the previous/next post with that same hashtag.

OR for now I could manually add forward-in-time links to the bottom of my five previous #100DaysOfIndieWeb posts, and with each subsequent post, remember to update the previous one.

So that’s what I did, am doing, per https://indieweb.org/manual_until_it_hurts.

Previous #100DaysOfIndieWeb posts updated.

This is day 6 of #100DaysOfIndieWeb #100Days, which is now a https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doubly_linked_list

← Day 5: https://tantek.com/2023/005/t3/indieweb-simpler-approach
→ Day 7: https://tantek.com/2023/007/t2/more-100daysofindieweb-projects

Previously, previously, previously:
¹ https://tantek.com/2010/032/t7/inventions-to-tweet-from-site
² https://tantek.com/2011/102/t2/navigation-arrows-back-past-forward-future-ui-pattern
³ https://tantek.com/2018/308/t2/indiewebcamp-archive-navigation-day-archives

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