Replied to IndieWebCamp: Domain of One’s Own Meetup by Jim GroomJim Groom (bavatuesdays.com)
This past Tuesday I attended the second Indie WebCamp generously hosted by Chris Aldrich focused on Domain of One’s Own. The format is a more focused 10-15 minute talk around a specific technology, in this meeting Tim gave folks a walk-though of Reclaim Cloud, and then opens up to the 21 attendees for anyone to share something they are working on. Tim shared the Cloud, and not only was I thrilled to see Jon Udell in attendance, but it’s always nice when one of your tech heroes tweets some love for your new project. Even better when you know they’re not one to offer empty interest and/or praise. Thanks Jon!

Soon after I finally took the leap and signed up for a mico.blog to explore that platform. 

Be sure to check out how you can post your content to your own website and syndicate your material into micro.blog (maybe via RSS or using plugins). If your site uses the Webmention and Semantic Linkbacks plugins, then any replies to your posts will be automagically ported directly back to the comment section of your post.

In addition to some of the others in education who you’ve mentioned, I’ve got a list with some others (be sure to check the comments too–both for the others you’ll find, but also for the example Webmentions I’ve received from Micro.blog.)
Annotated on September 26, 2020 at 01:57PM

I am going to start getting serious about headless WordPress development for my new website at jimgroom.net, inspired by Tom Woodward’s talk for #HeyPresstoConf20 

A lot of the posts I make to my WordPress site are done in a headless manner using the Micropub spec and the Micropub plugin with a huge wealth of Micropub clients.

I did a presentation on this at a WordCamp a while back: https://wordpress.tv/2019/06/26/chris-aldrich-micropub-and-wordpress-custom-posting-applications/
Annotated on September 26, 2020 at 01:59PM

Chris Aldrich 

By linking my site here, Jim has sent a Webmention notification, so I know he posted about my site: https://telegraph.p3k.io/webmention/14qD8olgI7lyGjRy0q/details
Annotated on September 26, 2020 at 02:27PM

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A very important point to consider. I need to create a feed of some of these people to follow. I have one called Weapons of Math Destruction that’s pretty close to this, and focused on artificial intelligence, algorithms, and ethics.

 
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Micropub 2.2.3 for WordPress has been released. It fixes a variety of warning notices.  Published, updated, name, and summary properties are no longer stored in post meta. When queried, they will be pulled from the equivalent WordPress properties. Content should be as well, however as content in th...
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This, but also and specifically for mathematics! We need to normalize the idea that math is easy.
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I love the bridge that book formats like this can provide in learning new languages. Reminds me a bit of some of the Folger Shakespeare annotated plays that helped to define words, terms, and culture that have changed significantly since they were written. 

How does one find more of these?