Occasionally, I remember that I own https://t.co/UQN4Yb6uWO then I wonder what I'm doing that's so important that I haven't developed it yet.— (wannabe) breaker of (the bad) loops (@generativist) February 20, 2020
As Simon commented there was a lot of naivety in the early days of what we now refer to as "social media" - no one really knew what they were doing or where the road would take us. One thing is for certain, however, we didn't imagine we'd be where we are now. When I switched from my old way of blogg...
Announcing the ability to RSVP to Meetup.com events from your website, using Bridgy.
Yesterday, version 4.0.3 of the webmention plugin for WordPress was released. Notably, this includes fixes for two issues. The auto approve functionality was not functioning for some time. Props to Jeremy Felt for identifying where the issue was. The Avatar code was not identifying scenarios where S...
The issue of finding feeds to subscribe is a challenge that I have explored in my attempts to implement code in support of the Yarns Microsub Server. I want to publish feeds in a way that others can find them, not just users, but automated systems that present them to users. So, let’s start with t...
I’m happy to announce that we have 3 short keynotes planned for the first morning of IndieWebCamp Austin! After coffee and breakfast tacos, we’ll get the day started with an introduction to the schedule and our featured speakers. Natalie Hester — Natalie keeps a gratitude journal on Micro.blo...
"DANCE" (1910), Henri Matisse (Hermitage, St. Petersburg)
"DANCE!" (2016), Pasha CAS (Temirtau, Kazakhstan)
One of the most significant paintings in Matisse's work is “Dance”, which he created between 1908-1913. impressed by ritual, mystical and probably even idolatrous dances. The energy of the picture is conveyed in 3 colors: blue, green and red. With them, the artist merges the state of nature, rhythm, actions and people that appear before us naked and liberated, completely merging and at the same time clearly standing out from the general background.
And now, a little more than a century passes, and there is a new artist who wants to peek at modern round dance of megalopolises - through the prism of a new reality. Looking at the modern “Dance” we find that the idol has ceased to be something deified, it is so tangible and real that it even has its own outlines and outlines in the form of corporations and the fact that they spew out of themselves, drugging and enslaving people in shirts and tie, as in shackles. The all-consuming illusion of satiety, demonstrating the power of those who sit "on the pipe" over those who dance around it. Monster corporations ready to suck and sell oil - paint new interiors. Desperately dancing around the pipe!
The city of Temirtau. Metallurgical plants etch everything living on the vine: not so long ago, environmentalists took a sample of the earth at five playgrounds and it was found that lead was exceeded 5 times higher than normal! Everyone is silent!
Author: street art artist Pasha CAS
Curator: Rush X
Text: Vita Pravda
Photo: Olya Koto
(Rough translation from Russian)
The other day I’m eating in a trolley bus, in a backpack are paint cans and a bright sweater. It is drizzling outside the window - such is St. Petersburg spring! It's time for the opening of the season. The sun has already hatched somewhere, behind me is the Nevskaya Guba, and under my feet there are coils that replace the stepladder. Again, I dare to draw!
Many thanks to the space of sevcableport, for the kindly provided place for creativity!
Pink cat and reels, April 2018
Micropub version 2.1.0 for WordPress was released. It contains no exciting new features as Micropub is fairly stable. Micropub now checks WordPress capabilities more effectively. It will now throw an error if the user tries to edit a post authored by another user if they do not have that permission,...
Excited to announce I've acquired lunch in an all-cash deal.
— Sahil Lavingia (@shl) February 4, 2020
gonna claim my PhD with 62% of my dissertation reporting
— Adrianna McIntyre (@onceuponA) February 4, 2020
After two years of not using Facebook - I logged in today to check out this new tool that shows what Facebook has been tracking. Despite this, they have seen my every move on the Internet - this is creepier than I had imagined. https://t.co/BsqpjT3qid— Miguel de Icaza (@migueldeicaza) January 29, 2020
Thanks to Ruxton for making available the source to the IndieWeb Best Nine, here are my “Best 9 Photos of 2019”. The app walks your pe...