Annotated Social Reading and Remote Learning with Hypothesis (
It’s not the same thing as being face to face in a room together, but it’s a much closer match than a discussion forum or conventional social media where there’s just too much distance between the conversation and the text itself and, quite often, between the comments and commenters themselves. 
This suggests an interesting tagline for Hypothesis: “Shortening the distance between the text and its readers.”

IndieWeb: The last (and only) online social site you’ll ever need—your own.

You don’t even need to “join it” because its something you can choose to own for yourself.

I know I’ve thought and probably said variations of this tagline many times in the past, but I’m not sure I’ve ever written it out. And perhaps it could be honed even further? It’s closely related to the idea that the IndieWeb is what you have when the Internet itself is your social media network.

It’s helped me that I have the capability to cobble together my own version. Eventually we’ll have lots more commoditized versions, but there are a few simple sign up and go options out there that don’t require as much tinkering if you’re interested. 

Watched Welcome to Winona (Big Game 2020 Film) from Squarespace | YouTube

Winona embarks on journey of self discovery to find the true Winona. First stop: Winona.
View Winona’s photo essay at

I’m not sure I quite got the shorter version that aired during the Super Bowl.

I do quite like their tagline here of “A website makes it real”.

❤️ twoodwar tweeted @floatingtim @FW_Medieval @floatingtim’s tag line is “inside my browser I’m made of cookies”

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Love this tagline.

👓 Google Removes ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Clause From Its Code of Conduct | Gizmodo

Read Google Removes 'Don't Be Evil' Clause From Its Code of Conduct (Gizmodo)
Google’s unofficial motto has long been the simple phrase “don’t be evil.” But that’s over, according to the code of conduct that Google distributes to its employees. The phrase was removed sometime in late April or early May, archives hosted by the Wayback Machine show.
A subtle, but interesting change. Most importantly does this portend a broad change in corporate philosophy?