RSS feed of Facebook page updates

The format for the URL of the RSS feed is:

https://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?id=PAGE_ID&format=rss20

Where PAGE_ID is the Facebook ID of the page. Or even better, as JSON:

https://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?id=PAGE_ID&format=json

Thanks, Mick Byrne!

only the things I didn’t do
crackle after the blazing dies

Naomi Shihab Nye in Burning the Old Year
via The Academy of American Poets (poetsorg)

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Of course a website’s fortunes can change overnight. That these fortunes are tied to the whims of a very small group of very large companies, whose interests are only somewhat aligned with those of publishers, however, is sort of new. The publishing opportunity may be bigger today than it’s ever been but the publisher’s role is less glamorous: When did the best sites on the internet, giant and small alike, become anonymous subcontractors to tech companies that operate on entirely different scales? This is new psychological territory, working for publishers within publishers within publishers.

John Herrman in The New Internet Gods Have No Mercy on The Awl

Chris Rock: “The show really does not must go on.”

Video clip from the 2012 Nantucket Film Festival All-Star Comedy Roundtable (Ben Stiller, Bill Hader, Chris Rock, Jim Carrey)

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Lost it at Moby…

Starring: Jon Daly, Jimmy Tamborello, Jon Wurster, Nate Mendel, Aimee Mann, DC Pierson, Tom DeLonge, Duff McKagan, Moby, Marc Maron, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Page Hamilton & Ben Gibbard
Written and Directed by: Tom Scharpling

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…you will keep looking for it
everywhere, for years,
while right behind you,
the footprints you are leaving

will look like notes
                                           of a crazy song.

From “How It Adds Up” by Tony Hoagland
via The Poetry Foundation

Matter of fact is the way to go when the only thing that matters is the fact.

From My wife’s death was not unfortunate. by Phil Adams

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