I’m slowly coming to realize that handwriting or typecasting to my website means that I am left with a permanent, physical copy of my post which I can archive into a physical card file. I can file them by date to create a version of a diary, and/or I can file them by taxonomy so that I might reuse the ideas at a later date zettelkasten-style.
The IndieWeb has a pattern for this: Publish Anywhere, Save To (private) Archive (P.A.S.T.A.)
“The only advice, indeed, that one person can give another about reading is to take no advice, to follow your own instincts, to use your own reason, to come to your own conclusions.”
—Virginia Woolf, How Should One Read a Book? (1932)
After IndieWebCamp San Diego this weekend, I’m thinking more about making it easier to post to my website using handwritten text. Index cards are particularly useful for short notes and status updates for this.
IndieWebCamp San Diego 2023-12-17
My goal for the day 2 at camp is to get my site set up so that I can type a post and with a quick photo send it to my website as a post there. As a reach goal, I’d also like to get alt-text working as well for accessibility. I’m hoping I can leverage some of my to get this all done. #IndieWeb #FTW
The first annual IndieWebCamp San Diego is scheduled for December 16 and 17th! The venue will be the Blackmarket Bakery (until 4pm). They have a nice fenced in courtyard of good size with several table sizes, shade, power, etc. and is centrally located in San Diego, CA with easy access to transportation and other amenities.
Jesus indicating that he’s originally from the Long Rapids area in Michigan.
Image is an excerpt from a breviary collage (1800s?) from one of two collages of manuscript miniatures on vellum, probably from a breviary in Northern France, possibly Rouen, in the late 15th century.