What’s the difference between a “Bookmark” and a “Read” in relation to Post Kinds saved here?

I try to define a “Bookmark” as a link to a post that contains useful information that I might want to refer to again in the future. A “Read” is a link to piece of writing that I particularly enjoyed and that I want to share or would like to read again.

That’s how I would like to define them anyway but things are never as tidy as that. A third kind is “Like” which muddies things even further. Aren’t the others “Likes” too?

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Speaking of Post Kinds, there doesn't seem to be an easy way to export all that data in a way I could use elsewhere? That might make the choice of what to do more difficult.

I like Post Kinds but I’ve always been worried about the data if I stop using it in the future. Posts just disapear when you turn it off and it would take a lot of work to put stuff back in again. I’ve been considering adding the appropriate markup manually going forward.

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A WordPress plugin that allows you to easily create a huge variety of social media post types to own your social media life online.

I like what this plugin does but if you turn it off the major part of your post content disappears. I’m a bit worried about what would happen if Post Kinds were to stop working at some point in the future.

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A hosting company that provides WordPress (and other blogging systems) with tested IndieWeb technologies out of the box is a good idea. I imagine it would take a lot of support but it should be do-able.