A Sketch for an IndieWeb Bullet Journal

Over the past several weeks I've been thinking more and more about productivity solutions, bullet journals, and to do lists. This morning I serendipitously came back across a reply Paul Jacobson made about lab books on a post relating to bullet journals and thought I'd sketch out a few ideas. I like the lab book…

Reply to IndieWebifying my Blog by Ken Bauer

Replied to IndieWebifying my Blog by Ken BauerKen Bauer (blog.kenbauer.me)
The “First Post” on this blog was back in 2013 but I’ve had a presence on the web since the 1990s. My first page would have been one that I had as a graduate student at the University of Washington (1993-1995). In fact one of the early (and extremely popular) web search engi...
Ken, congratulations on IndieWebifying and welcome to the club! It's nice to see another educator tinkering around in the IndieWeb space which I often think of as very similar to the Domain of One's Own space, but with another useful layer of helpful technology on top. If you haven't come across it, there is a…

❤️ Registration for IndieWebCamp Online 2019 is open! | Eddie Hinkle

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Registration for IndieWebCamp Online 2019 is open!, it's the first IndieWebCamp based on the internet since 2014 and we're experimenting with really embracing the internet medium for everything it has. Come experiment with us?

❤️ Indieweb Publisher WordPress Theme Now Available to Try | David Shanske

Liked Indieweb Publisher WordPress Theme Now Available to Try by David ShanskeDavid Shanske (david.shanske.com)
Over the last months, one of the regular problems mentioned with the Indieweb on WordPress is the lack of compatible themes. Most themes do not properly mark up their content in microformats, or support some of the customizations that would integrate with Indieweb plugins. I had already been working...

👓 IndieWebifying my Blog | Ken Bauer

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Back to the Future
The “First Post” on this blog was back in 2013 but I’ve had a presence on the web since the 1990s. My first page would have been one that I had as a graduate student at the University of Washington (1993-1995). In fact one of the early (and extremely popular) web search engi...

👓 Becoming a Better Writer Thanks to the IndieWeb | Jason Morehead

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Social networks encourage us to take less ownership of our content. That needs to change.
Some excellent motivation here for "Why IndieWeb" as well as some interesting thoughts on legacy from someone who has been blogging for years. Great to see another designer and website creator appreciating the immense value that IndieWeb principles can bring to the web. Jason, while it looks like you don't have webmentions set up or…

Dividing and Conquering the IndieWeb Related Content on My Website

Both for my own benefit as well as for that of others who may be following along, I realize that I've been tagging a lot of material on my site with the broad category of "IndieWeb". Some of it is definitely more significant and content rich than others, but in aggregate it may often seem…

Reply to Jorge Toledo about what IndieWeb is about

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If it helps a bit, I've written a primer on IndieWeb basics which might be helpful. Often I think it's more illustrative to see what IndieWeb is by seeing what it can do. Greg and I are both publishing first on our own websites, and only then syndicating our replies to Twitter, where you're seeing…

👓 I am a Citizen of the IndieWeb! :D | Christy Dena

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For a while now I have found it frustrating searching through my Facebook feed to find posts and discussions. Facebook has been my main networking channel for a while now, more than Twitter this past year or so. But everything I put in there is easily lost, and it is really hard to get it out. It is...
Some great motivations for wanting to join the IndieWeb laid out here.

👓 State of the Indieweb in WordPress | David Shanske

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Every year, at the Indieweb Summit, we have the State of the Indieweb(it’s the year of the Reader, by the way). The head of the WordPress project gives his State of the Word. I even watched the Governor of my State give his State of the state. As I go through my 2018 Year in Review, I wanted to co...
This is awesome David! Keep up the fantastic work!

👓 Static Indieweb pt2: Using Webmentions | Max Böck

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How to pull interactions from social media platforms like Twitter back to your own site, using Webmentions, webmention.io and Bridgy.
Clear and lucid tutorial for adding Webmention to one's Eleventy-based static site.

👓 Static Indieweb pt1: Syndicating Content | Max Böck

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How to automatically publish content from a static site on Twitter, using Eleventy and Netlify's lambda functions.
A nice little article with some excellent code examples for those who want to follow along.

👓 Reply to: Bookmarked NowNowNow (nownownow.com) | Indieseek.xyz Indieweb Directory

Read Reply to: Bookmarked NowNowNow (nownownow.com) by Brad Brad (Indieseek.xyz Indieweb Directory)
 First, thank you for bringing this to my attention.  I have listed NowNowNow in the Hyperlink Nodes Directory as a niche directory. Second, Yes!  This is exactly what I’ve been yammering on about with decentralized search (or decentralized disco...

👓 Everything Old is New Again: Adventures in the IndieWeb | Desert of My Real Life

Replied to Everything Old is New Again: Adventures in the IndieWeb by Cathie LeBlancCathie LeBlanc (Desert of My Real Life)
I’ve written about my forays into the IndieWeb movement before. I have even written about how I feel like I’m moving to a philosophy of sharing my work that is kind of old school. Last week, I had the occasion to see a perfect example of how the “new” ways that I’m working are actually the old ways.
Kudos Cathie for rolling up your sleeves and delving in like this! You're getting some fairly solid results and have far stronger grasp of what is going on than I certainly did in my first year--not to say that I'm much better off now to be honest. The tougher part is that some of your…