Liked ChRSStmas by Matthias PfefferleMatthias Pfefferle (notizBlog)
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...
What an awesome title! Merry ChRSStmas to everyone!
Liked a post by David ShanskeDavid Shanske (david.shanske.com)
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.
Liked A Known update by Ben WerdmüllerBen Werdmüller (Ben Werdmüller)
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...
This is some great news! 
 
/me goes to dust off my instance and bring it back to life after an unfortunate database issue….
Liked a tweet (Twitter)
Tom Critchlow in Tweet: “My personal website is a tapestry where legends are told” ()

Liked microformats dinner logo by Cindi Li (Flickr)

microformats logo sitting on a dinner placemat with a fork and knife on either side

Dan Cederholm's logo but now adjusted for the microformat dinners. :D

::dan don't hurt me:: :D

microformats.org/wiki/spread-microformats

KevinMarks in #indieweb chat: “Thanks Cindy https://www.flickr.com/photos/cindyli/2836380076 (it also solves the “I only see 3 mats” objection)” ()
Liked a post by Ryan BarrettRyan Barrett (snarfed.org)
One could write an entire book on what this chart shows us. – Max Roser
Holy crap! This graph indicates something is dramatically broken in America. And we wonder why healthcare is such a hot button issue. Obviously someone (or many someones) is making a lot of money keeping the American portion so horribly out of whack.
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Liked a tweet (Twitter)