Writing in the past

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I don't really understand how one should write an [[indieweb:post]] that belongs in another time other than the one in which one is writing. I mean, to fill in the blanks of the past, and explain what happened or was thought. I'd love to write them with a {{code|date}} property of the correct time {{---}} but what ''is'' that time? Is it the date of an event? The day after? And what does it mean
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I don't really understand how one should write an [[indieweb:post]] that belongs in another time other than the one in which one is writing. I mean, to fill in the blanks of the past, and explain what happened or was thought. I'd love to write them with a {{code|date}} property of the correct time {{---}} but what ''is'' that time? Is it the date of an event? The day after? And what does it mean for feeds, do they stick to chronological, and so probably not show anachronistic posts? It's all a bit confusing.

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Fremantle

I don't really understand how one should write an indieweb:post that belongs in another time other than the one in which one is writing. I mean, to fill in the blanks of the past, and explain what happened or was thought. I'd love to write them with a date property of the correct time — but what is that time? Is it the date of an event? The day after? And what does it mean for feeds, do they stick to chronological, and so probably not show anachronistic posts? It's all a bit confusing.

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