Oh, joy – looks like applying a really good CSP policy to #WordPress is painful. Time to hit the low-hanging fruit & save the rest for some other time, I guess.
Follow-up: you can look up parameters at https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/classes/wp_query/ & started trying a few others.
Search by author in a category:
Search by post format and a category:
/category/some-category?post_format=link (or image, or whatever)
and so on…
Stumbled on this picture I took of a drawing found in a children’s hospital a few years back when the kiddo was there for a few days. They had had posted a bunch of crayon- and marker drawings by patients (and probably siblings) reminding you to WASH YOUR HANDS. This one, with the “EEK! GERMS!” caption and all the dots, was my favorite.
Link: Down on the Farm That Harvests Metal From Plants https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/26/science/metal-plants-farm.html
Great. The last time Pence was in charge of response to a public health crisis, he let an HIV outbreak in Indiana spiral out of control because he refused for MONTHS to approve needle exchange programs, letting his ideology override actual public health.
You’re so vain, you probably think this impending public health emergency is about you.
“We live in a republic, not a democracy” is a false binary. We live in a representative democracy. It’s both.
It’s like saying you’re not in a car, you’re on a road. If you’re driving, or you chose someone going your way, that’s different from being in the trunk (but on a road)
When someone says we live in a republic, not a democracy, they’re downplaying the importance of representation in favor of structure. China and Russia are structured as republics too.
At best, it’s the Dunning-Krueger approach to being pedantic: look at the first definition in the dictionary, think you know enough to pull a gotcha on someone, and stop reading before you find the second, third and fourth definitions.
At worst, they’re actively telling you that you don’t deserve and shouldn’t expect representation in government.
And considering that it’s usually said in response to someone complaining about a lack of representation… 🤔
Interesting comparison of how policy works vs how technology works.
Link: How peer pressure can help stop climate change https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2020/02/20/how-peer-pressure-can-help-save-planet/