Here’s a quick reminder that IndieWebCamp Austin is this weekend. If you’re in the #DoOO, #edtech, or #IndieWeb spaces and can’t attend in person, there should be some interesting conversations and work that can be done to participate remotely (via chat, video, etc.) to help you improve and better use your personal website.
We welcome anyone who is interested, so feel free to pass the invitation along to your colleagues, students, and friends who are interested in using their websites as more than “just a business card” or “just a blog”. Even if you don’t yet have a domain or web hosting, show up and we’ll see what we can help you create over the weekend.
Feel free to come with ideas, propose an online session (maybe?!!), or just watch, listen, and absorb ideas from others. Find out more about what you can do with a simple domain name and website.
Perhaps sometime in the future we ought to have an IndieWebCamp specifically for the education space?! Let me know if you’re interested in helping to organize one.
Of course if you can’t join us this weekend, there is an IndieWebCamp Online coming up on –
Don’t worry if you can’t RSVP this late, just show up… We all hope to see you there!
👤 Stephen Downes,William Ian O’Byrne, Greg McVerry, Kimberly Hirsh, John Johnston, Aaron Davis, Cathie LeBlanc, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Nate Angell, Robin DeRosa, Jon Udell, Dan Cohen, Tim Owens, Taylor Jadin, Mark Grabe, Rick Wysocki, Doug Holton, Jim Groom, Anelise H. Shrout, Jeffrey Keefer, Jeremy Dean, Audrey Watters, Dan Scott, Antonio Sánchez-Padial, Miriam Avery, Tom Critchlow, Ken Bauer, Kim Hansen, Larry Sanger