This was also posted to /en/indiewebpoetry. For this Connected Writing Activity — which is taking place rather randomly as a test of something new, so pardon the odd nature of the post —…
V unique venue. Look up reclaim hosting on YouTube. Couple of the videos are up, more should go up next few days including a particularly ranty form of me...even for me. Lots of interesting indieweb stuff that aligns w. Dweb even if not outright doing it
— Bryan ✻llendyke (@btopro) June 12, 2019
Looking for an #Indieweb tool for personal aggregation of social media. Maybe a bit like Feedly, a bit like Nuzzel, but more specifically a webtool that aggregates and does a pesonal curation and display of Twitter Lists, Facebook feeds, YouTube Subscriptions, and if possible FB Groups, and displays the content that I hand curated in one dashboard.
Upshot is an experimental event management platform being built by Jacky Alciné to provide a rallying point of events (a IndieWeb form of Eventbrite).
What if we stopped sharing our lives on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and tried to use networks that don’t sell our data instead?
Oh IndieWebCamp. You come with a few things you want to for your own website, then you do some completely other things, and after that you leave with an even longer list of things to do for your own website. This year is marked as the ‘Year of the Reader’, and indeed, there was a lot of Reader t...
I’ve recently been exploring the world of the IndieWeb, and owning my own content rather than being reliant on the continued existence of “silos” to maintain it. This has led me to discover the varied eco-system of IndieWeb, such as IndieAuth, Microformats, Micropub, Webmentions, Microsub, POSSE, and PESOS. I’ll give a whirlwind high-level tour of each and also show examples of the related projects I’ve spend my time on in recent months, including hand-crafted artisanal music scrobbling.
Those big time motivational speakers who talk about starting to learn with a problem you want to solve have never really accounted for serendipitous learning. Is everything as simple as problem
This is a quick exploration of my current and preferred feed reading patterns. As part of my activities, for Day 2, the hack day, of IndieWebCamp Utrecht. I currently use a stand alone RSS reader, which only consumes RSS feeds. I also experiment with TinyTinyRSS which is a self-hosted feed-grabber a...
This is a list of all the IndieWebCamps I’ve attended since I joined the community in April of 2014. I’m positive I may be missing some remote attendance, but excluding the two Online IndieWebCamps, and the three where I was a remote participant, I have physically attended 18 IndieWebCamps…2 in 2014, 2 in 2015, 4 in 2016, 3 in 2017,4 in 2018, and 3 so far in 2019.
URLs How? was a session at IndieWebCamp Düsseldorf 2019.
Private Posts UI was a session at IndieWebCamp Düsseldorf 2019.