👓 On Reading Feeds #Indieweb Style | Ton Zijlstra

Read On Reading Feeds #​Indieweb Style by Ton Zijlstra (zylstra.org)
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...

An Invitation to IndieWeb Summit 2019

Fellow educators, teachers, specialists, instructional designers, web designers, Domains proponents, programmers, developers, students, web tinkerers, etc., Want to expand the capabilities of what your own domain is capable of? Interested in improving the #OER tools available on the open web? Want to help make simpler, ethical digital pedagogy a reality in a way that students…

👓 IndieWebCamps | David Shanske

Read IndieWebCamps by David ShanskeDavid Shanske (david.shanske.com)
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.
You've got me beat.

📑 Jack Jamieson reply to IndieWeb Book Club: Ruined By Design

Replied to IndieWeb Book Club: Ruined By Design by Jack JamiesonJack Jamieson (jackjamieson.net)
I feel some apprehension about how this book might present designers’ “amazing amount of power.”  I think designers work within a profound network of constraints, and I’m curious how this will be addressed.  
I, too, share this apprehension. From what I've read so far, it's a tough hill to climb, but I think he'll suggest that designers need to have larger associations like doctors, architects, lawyers, etc. to be able to create a better "standard of care."

WPCampus 2019 Draft Proposal: Dramatically extending a Domain of One’s Own with IndieWeb technology

Below is a draft proposal which I'm submitting for a possible upcoming talk at WPCampus from July 25-27, 2019 in Portland, OR. If you don't have the patience and can't wait for the details, feel free to reach out and touch base. I'm happy to walk people through it all before then. If you're looking…

IndieWeb Book Club: Ruined By Design

Some of us have thought about doing it before, but perhaps just jumping into the water and trying it out may be the best way to begin designing, testing, and building a true online IndieWeb Book Club. Ruined By Design Earlier this week I saw a notice about an upcoming local event for Mike Monteiro's…

👓 Why I’m supporting the IndieWeb (and you should too) | MarketGoo

Read Why I'm supporting the IndieWeb (and you should too) (MarketGoo)
Today, as we are facing the unethical evolution of many social platforms, there is a fresh movement called the IndieWeb that understands you're done with others owning your content, your identity, and yourself. This is why I support it and you should too!

👓 Chris Aldrich mentioned it was his #indieweb anniversary today, which made me wonder when I first encountered indieweb. Turns out it was six years ago! | gRegorLove.com

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Chris Aldrich mentioned it was his #indieweb anniversary today, which made me wonder when I first encountered indieweb. Turns out it was six years ago!

📺 David Wolfpaw: WordPress and the IndieWeb – Why You Should Own Your Voice | WordPress.TV

Watched David Wolfpaw: WordPress and the IndieWeb – Why You Should Own Your Voice from WordPress.tv
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👓 The First Federated #Indieweb Comment Thread | Tantek

Read The First Federated #Indieweb Comment Thread by Tantek ÇelikTantek Çelik (tantek.com)
2013-04-19: the day the indieweb successfully federated a comment post. The Test Note It started with Laurent Eschenauer using Storytlr to post a simple note on his site that sent mention pingbacks to Barnaby Walters and Aaron Parecki: Testing #indieweb federation with @waterpigs.co.uk, @aaronpareck...

Ideas for IndieWeb-ifying Hypothes.is

I use Hypothes.is regularly as part of my daily workflow. I'm also very interested in being able to "own" the data I generate with the tool and being able to keep it on my own digital commonplace book (aka website). As part of this, I'd like to be able to receive notifications from people publicly…

❤️ scott_gruber tweeted Excellent deck intro to #indieweb, Micropub & WordPress

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❤️ vuildco tweeted @zeldman @thebigwebshow @t #indieweb is excellent & the solution we’ve needed for ages. @t & @zeldman great podcast.

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It was a great little podcast episode.