Replied to IndieWeb Camp San Diego Day 2 by Joe CrawfordJoe Crawford (artlung.com)

IndieWeb Camp San Diego [1] [2] has been a blast. Great bunch of people and great ideas in a terrific outdoor context.

A group of IndieWebCampers sitting around a low table at an outdoor coffee shop working on laptops.
Yes, that was me, the weirdo on the right at IndiWebCamp working on a nested platform of typewriter, laptop, and cell phone. It was totally worth it to see Tantek’s expression when he realized I had actually typed one of my earlier responses.
White index card with the typewritten text 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 prior work on posting handwritten posts to get this all done. #IndieWeb #FTW
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 prior work on posting handwritten posts to get this all done.
A multi-layered statement, but let’s reflect for a moment on how the West wholly misses out on a hidden personal knowledge management technique inherent in orality.

Quote card featuring part of the indigenous art-inspired cover of the book Songlines by Margo Neale and Lynne Kelly with the quote "Inuit man Dempsey Bob said, ‘The trouble with whitefellas is that they keep all their brains in books.’"

The Steelcase Vintage Quidditch Chair
It was overdue for re-upholstery, so I picked up some material yesterday and recovered my 1950’s Steelcase chair. The finish on this one is in okay shape, but I really want to refinish both it and its twin which I spent a bit of time cleaning up yesterday.

It’s now been redubbed the Quidditch chair by the household.

Steelcase midcentury stick leg chair with new upholstry that looks like a vintage newspaper.

browned materials label indicating the materials used in chair inicluding a 100% polyether foam back cushion and a 100% hide hair pad-cattle for the seat cushion whose contents were apparently sterilized at some point.
Do not remove this tag under penalty of law.

close up of the Hogwarts newspaper print pattern featuring details of Quiddich and how its played