Connect With Infinite Ink

The easiest way to connect with Infinite Ink and Nancy is to post a comment or reaction on an Infinite Ink web page. Here is a guide…

Infinite Ink PageType of Comment

Connect with Infinite Ink

feedback about this page or say “hello”👋

Infinite Ink’s To-Do and Done Lists

feedback about anything on these to-do and done lists, including requests for articles to be added to the “Writing in Progress” list

#meta Portal

feedback about this website’s structure, design, or underlying code; about any Infinite Ink web page that does not have a comment form; or about Infinite Ink in general

any other portal listed on Portals

feedback about that portal — do not be shy about posting relevant links to any non-spam website, including your website

any other page with a comment form

feedback about that page


Below are some more ways you can connect with Infinite Ink and Nancy.

I’ve been a long-time reader of Stack Exchange's network of Q&A communities. Starting in 2019 I am a member and participant there.

GitHub issues and repositories I’m involved in.

Mainly nerdy tweets, including news about Infinite Ink updates.

Mainly retweets and likes.[1]

Mainly retumbles and likes.[1] From 2012 to 2015 I posted original content at

This is a free account so it is partly disabled.


I no longer use the social networking sites below, but I’m including them here as an fyi and an n2s (note to self) about some content I want to move to the Infinite Ink site.

From 2004 to 2014, I shared my public bookmarks at the above URL.

From 2003 to 2010, I used Blogger to blog. The content was deflected (auto FTP’d) from to In 2010, Blogger turned off FTP-publishing capability and I quit using Blogger. I wrote about this here.

From 2016 to 2019, I participated in this #gohugo discussion group. During the more than three years that I participated, I periodically was unhappy with and frustrated by the way interesting conversations and people were shut down. In late 2019 I had enough and I am currently an inactive member. It’s possible I will be active there again. I will miss the helpful people in this community, especially the people that I “liked.”


1. When I “like” something on a social networking site, it does not mean that I like it. It means that I’m bookmarking it and I want it to get auto deflected to my account.

Discussion and reactions

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