Traffic layer


WARNING: There is no assurance that any of these accounts or the posts shared by these accounts are trustworthy or that their authors share information that is verified to be true. Content on is merely documentation of information that has been made available on the Internet.

*** aggregates news and information from around the world that is a little on the strange side or controversial, or simply news that provides a sample of cultural changes that are occurring in the world.

You might think of some of this news as content you don't want to maintain in your head (wasting mental energy), but you know the content is here on, and this is where you can find it.

You might find a cute animal, or wild or unusual animal reports here, too. The blog timeline has some sideways news on the unusual or controversial, edgy side. But for news zombies who love to follow the news, there are aggregate pages with more mainstream content organized by category that are also available. More about these timelines aggregates further down.

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Now back to the blog info ...

Many of these articles are polished drafts with several links to sources for you to check on your own.

Most of the articles contain links to content without images or videos, so that imaging from controversial content does not offend anyone. Readers can proceed to content at their own risk. Some links will require readers to be signed in (e.g., and Instagram).

Now what about X aggregator pages?

Just under the header above the blog timeline or above each article headline is a row of tabs to aggregated timeline pages that area organized by categories (Breaking News, Weather, Sports, Entertainment, Business, Tech, Health).  These pages contain the more mainstream headlines of the day -- not the wilder content in the main timeline of the

You need a fast phone to view these aggregations. is designed for desktop, but mobile use is more than acceptable if you have a later model, fast phone ... AND you turn your phone sideways. The main blog timeline works fine on slower phones, but the pages with multiple columns require a faster phone.

For example, in order to use the column pages, you need a fast phone that is an Apple iPhone 14 or faster. Unfortunately an Apple iPhone 13 is too slow -- usable, but too slow. An Apple iPhone 12 is not usable for viewing the aggregate pages. It won't work. It will crash the page.


In order to view embedded timelines ... 

you must be signed in to, AND 

you must your browser's Cross Site Tracking Prevention must be turned OFF.

To view the timelines, you will need to be logged in to in your browser (both mobile and Mac/PC). On mobile this needs to be your browser, not your app.

If you have the X app installed, you need to log in to your mobile browser using the following web address ... or

If you try to log in any other way, you will be re-directed from your browser to your app, which will prevent you from being log-in at the browser level.

!!! For the aggregate pages: X LOG-IN to browser REQUIRED to see X, AND your browser's Cross Site Tracking Prevention must be turned OFF.

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If you are not signed into X properly and your browser's Cross Site Tracking Prevention is not turned off, you won't be able to see the timelines embedded in