It’s a very autumnal IndieWebCamp in Nuremberg this weekend. Red, orange and yellow leaves cut out to resemble the IndieWebCamp logo.
I’m quite excited at the prospect of an impromptu, Kimberly Hirsch-is-in-the-Netherlands-inspired IndieWeb meet-up.
#ToolsForThinking @kevinmarks: I'll be taking notes on twitter, and posting them here afterwards https://t.co/lj133rBGMb— Kevin Marks (@kevinmarks) Aug 16, 2022
Since April 2, 2019, I have been taking and posting a #DailyPhoto. This project started when my friend Sally asked if anyone wanted to join her in a #100DayProject where we commit to undertaking a …
Chris Aldrichto make some Indieweb memes.
My friend Garrett Robinson asked me on Twitter, “What do you see as the advantages of blogging?”. Naturally I had to reply with a blog post. I see two main advantages of blogging, both …
I've been meaning to do some kind of index card style template for the site for ages and never got round to it. Now I have. I’m quite pleased with it. CSS repeating gradient lines and all that. ❧
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In my 2017 year review, I expressed my frustration with content discovery via third-party sites. Content takes time to put together and it has become a little frustrating that algorithms are now firmly in the middle, deciding to show content that I have shared and made available. T...
so we all say 'bring back webrings' and shit, but who's actually doing it like do you have a (non-facebook, non-twitter, non-youtube) personal website that wants to be in a webring with me— Talen Lee (@Talen_Lee) Dec 14, 2021
Not webrings, but @indiewebcamp has the tools you seek— Ms. Boba (@EssentialRandom) December 14, 2021
I definitely visited this website back in the day https://t.co/buhcJnASqL— Vishnu (@iamvishnurajan) Dec 14, 2021
Join us in thirty minutes! We'll be live tweeting the event using the hashtag #antiracistglendale https://t.co/ZgBzEhM3Jx https://t.co/DtgQkK7xM4— YWCA Glendale and Pasadena (@ywcagp) Dec 14, 2021
"It is better to live your own destiny imperfectly than to live an imitation of somebody else’s life with perfection." —Unknown via @momentumdash I beg to differ. If I could perfectly imitate, say, Pete Seeger...— Cognitively_Accessible_Math (@geonz) Dec 14, 2021
can someone w urban planning background explain why bollards to protect bike lanes and crosswalks are soft and crushable by cars? Why not make the car suffer if it hits? Cars have already run over and dragged away most of the ones by my home w no consequence https://t.co/zFxc7SBjJK— Kane (@kane) Dec 13, 2021
on why we need dreams and dreamers: https://t.co/M08XqZzOC3 https://t.co/I4UVc3feYP— Molly Mielke (@mollyfmielke) Dec 13, 2021
Have a pleasant weekend. https://t.co/JVcFKDMHJJ— Anthony Michael Kreis (@AnthonyMKreis) Dec 10, 2021