Fell down a happy #IndieWeb rabbit hole today & wrote a colophon for my website: https://t.co/sY5HaJ4e7n Turns out I've been at this since I built my first website about Walt Whitman for an enterprising English prof in the late 90s. Was randomly assigned to the "learn html" group— Dr. Tamar Marvin (@tamar_marvin) January 17, 2021
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I feel like comfort with being wrong is one of the most underrated part of language learning. If you want to work on writing or speaking skills you just need to get very chill about being extremely wrong and weird all the time.— Jessica Rose (@jesslynnrose) January 17, 2021
This is incredibly true. One needs to throw caution to the wind and focus on making as many mistakes as possible.
I have recently implemented #webmentions on this site and they seem to be working rather well but what are they exactly? The splendid @alistapart explains a little bit more.
We’ve launched a Bridgy browser extension! If you use Bridgy for Instagram backfeed, you’ll need to install it (Firefox, Chrome). Please try it out and let us know what you think! Instagram and Facebook have been thorns in B...
Installed Yarns microsub server and coupled with Indigenous as a reader/microsub client I can now respond to blog posts in a more social/IndieWeb kinda way.
Wir haben ein kleines Weihnachtsgeschenk für euch: Matthias Pfefferle und Marcel Weiß sprechen über (fast) alle Aspekte von RSS und warum (nicht nur) für sie Feedreader und das Ökosystem rund um RSS immer noch wichtig ist. ‚Hier & Jetzt‘ kann man per RSS-Feed abonnieren und findet man natü...
WordPress allows for custom archive templates. For the longest time, I’ve wanted to change the archive for my photo posts to show them in a photo grid. So, I’ve now done that at /kind/photo. You have to click the photo to see the full context, but I like the presentation of all photos I’ve posted. This does not include photos in other types of posts, but it’s probably the most visual item I’ve put out in a while. I hope it causes me to post more photos.
I believe in the independent web - which was born thirty years ago today - more than any other technology. Earlier today, I shared an update with collaborators, advisors, and investors in Known. Here's what's up: Recently, I filed paperwork to officially dissolve Known, Inc, the Delaware C-Corporati...
It's only X if it originates in the Y region of F. Otherwise, it's just sparkling Z.
I have come to suspect that slowly redesigning your website (forever) provides almost exactly the same kind of light absorption & calm satisfaction as knitting or embroidery— Robin Sloan (@robinsloan) December 13, 2020
My personal website is a tapestry where legends are told https://t.co/i5ZMQEJRvj
— Tom Critchlow (@tomcritchlow) December 14, 2020
Dan Cederholm's logo but now adjusted for the microformat dinners. :D
::dan don't hurt me:: :D