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A whole new level of ? ?!
To Save Net Neutrality, We Must Build Our Own Internet https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/7x4y8a/net-neutrality-fcc-community-networks

 

@kristenhare A growing group of journalists are joining the IndieWeb movement to better own their work and data within their own personal archives as well as using tools like Ben's to archive their work on larger institutional repositories. There's a stub page on the group's wiki dedicated to ideas like this for journalists at https://indieweb.org/Indieweb_for_Journalism

Coincident with these particular sites disappearing, there's now also news today that Peter Thiel may purchase Gawker in a bid to make it disappear from the internet, which makes these tools all the more relevant to the thousands who wrote for that outlet over the past decade.

For journalists and technologists who are deeply committed to these ideas, I'd recommend visiting the Reynolds Journalism Institute. They just finished a two day conference entitled "Dodging the Memory Hole" at the Internet Archive last week focused on saving/archiving digital news in various forms. (https://www.rjionline.org/events/dodging-the-memory-hole-2017) Naturally most of the conference was streamed and is available on YouTube (as well as archived.) Keep your eyes peeled for next year's conference which typically occurs in November.

 

@jackysee Yes, if you're doing the links manually in your content. I use the syndication links plugin which finds the links from Snap automatically and displays them

 

@jackysee Typically I use a WordPress plugin called Social Network Auto Poster, but the bridgy plugin is pretty solid as well.

 
 

@Chronotope I just got into a beta app for Pocket on android that reads articles...

 

The definition of a modern day commonplace book:
https://twitter.com/maneeshasane/status/932354610492334082

 

@tressiemcphd Your narrative would be stronger with threading https://business.twitter.com/en/blog/How-Tweet-threads.html

 

@FumiharuKato Is it still available online? Or was it just live streamed?

 

This looks like an interesting experiment. Curious to see how something like this might be implemented in a social feed reader. https://twitter.com/EthanZ/status/931230918274179073?s=09

 

Wishing I could typeset math fast enough to livetweet math/science lectures. What's the secret @fgrosshans?
https://twitter.com/fgrosshans/status/931448520715984896

 

@cswordpress Kudos on your new wiki userpage! I compiled a page with some resources to make it easier for you to find Indieweb community members to follow: https://indieweb.org/people

 

@realkimhansen @jimpick If you missed the livestream earlier, the full video from this morning is up now.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIHM37FNpL8&t=1352s

 

@freegovinfo @kcariani I didn't see it immediately or easily in search, but is there a way to watch them in chronological order from start to finish?

 

The more I think about archiving the web this week, the more value and stability I think that the W3C's Webmentions spec could be adding to the internet and copies of it.
https://indieweb.org/Webmention