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
I can only see this and think about #WOPR and #WarGames
#indiewebasaservice anyone? This sounds like the kind of thing @schnarfed will show up with at camp and it'll be fully built out using WebSub.
Anyone who didn't get enough of Open Domains Lab this afternoon is more than welcome to join in on the #IndieWeb chat to continue conversing and building their website. #DoOO
I can see an interesting use case for Noterlive.com at an online Twitter conference like #pressedconf18. When you're done you can cut and paste the content into your own website as an archive.
This is another interesting example for the #indieweb presentations page #pressedconf18 https:/
This is just the kind of post I added a chicken feed to my WordPress site for. #pressedconfused #indieweb #fun
I've seen more people who use @withknown #deletefacebook this past week than any other platform's users.
It's obviously much easier to leave when you've got somewhere valuable and worthwhile to go to.
This multi-photo update to @withknown sure makes it easier to quit instagram!
Thanks @mapkyca @benwerd ;) and gang!
Thinking about going #IndieWeb, but haven't made a platform choice? @GrabaPerch is an interesting choice with Webmention support and more. Also currently on sale! #DeleteFacebook
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. ;)
RSVP invited · Issue #156 · pfefferle/wordpress-semantic-linkbacks https:/
When Brid.gy sends webmentions for people invited via a Facebook POSSE copy, the webmentions for these people don't show up properly in comments because `semantic_linkbacks_type` is set to "invite" instead of "rsvp:invited".
Manually effecting the change in the database provides the expected display. See: http:/
Something about his website makes me think that @weslinda might appreciate Homebrew Website Club in Baltimore next week: https:/