Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, Indieweb, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation
@paxtonjohn I hope you didn't think I was still using Digg Reader. ;) I think @feedly is excellent and @inoreader is awesome too, particularly with OPML subscription functionality. But I'm looking for even more: http:/
There is a whole "new" information paradox proposed by @nattyover
I'll wait to see what @ChristophAdami publishes before dipping my toe into this black hole of a problem. ;)
@feedly @edwk Probably better that I help you all out with some needed functionality first. Try this out: http:/
You should keep your eyes glued to the evolving #Micropub spec as well. #ReadOn!
@realkimhansen I would think that one might have more visceral experiences if they were a professional haruspex. They would almost certainly have a broader range of degrees to express those experiences.
おはようございます. Welcome to the IndieWeb! I'm sure many can help you out with some additional detail about what you're experiencing. Try catching us live in the chat at: https:/
@mattmaldre I wish I was putting more content into my YouTube channel to make it more worthwhile. Alas... I can barely find the time for my microcast: http:/
@amichaelberman Their medianoche is quite nice though I much prefer their pastries. It is so good that there's always a line there though.
Part of the point and beauty of the IndieWeb movement is that you can choose any platform or set up you choose! There are far more options than just Known and WordPress. The harder problem is is to figure out what it is you want to do online. Then you can find, build, or find and build a tool that best suits those needs. If you need help, feel free to try the chat rooms at https:/