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Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, IndieWeb, mnemonics, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation






Coffee chat has begun at today's mini- on note taking, wikis, digital gardens, zettelkasten, commonplace books, et al.
Come join us.


@xolotl @indiewebcamp And a nice attempt at a well marked up official RSVP on your site no less!


Today's afternoon sessions for IndieWebCamp Baltimore are posted! Links for video feeds coming
Sessions include


For all my and @JohnsHopkins friends:
I highly recommend attending @IndieWebCamp Jan 20-21


@Joseph_Koivisto @edsu I would heartily invite you all to come to in Baltimore Jan 20-21: It will be an even better introduction than the narrower scope Homebrew Website Club.


Up early in Los Angeles to remote attend Austin today.


@minezone Are you attending the upcoming IndieWebCamp in Austin?


Some of the smartest (and kindest) people I know will be meeting in on Dec 9&10 to help make the internet a better place one website at a time.

I hope you can join them:


Between @BeakerBrowser and @IndieWebCamp, it looks like Austin is the place to be in December:


@khurtwilliams A bunch of us are working on making it all easier in steps, but we're also doing it on a volunteer basis. Some of the key is knowing what it all comprises from a top-down perspective, then knowing what each of the individual pieces are and how they work. Nearly every week there's something new and cool. The key is to figure out which things you find the most useful and valuable and work on those one at a time.

It's a LOT easier now that it was even 8 months ago and will be measurably easier as time goes by. I'm currently writing a book on how to do it all at the level of "IndieWeb with WordPress for Dummies". Ideally it'll be as easy to do as signing up for a Twitter or Facebook account and just going, but we're not quite there yet, but it's getting easier to do the set up without knowing a lot of (or any) code. Hoping into the chat, going to a Homebrew Website Club or IndieWebCamp can be immeasurably helpful as well.

Again, if you want to do a quick conference call/video chat, I'm happy to help you out.


Wishing I could attend New York in person this weekend. I highly recommend it to others.


Virtual Homebrew Website Club Meetup | July 12, 2017

Join some like-minded people in building and updating your personal website.

Location: Online: Google Hangouts (link TBA)



•Work on your IndieWeb Resolutions for 2017
•Finish that blog post you’ve been working on
•Demos of recent IndieWeb breakthroughs
•Share what you’ve gotten working
•Ask the experts questions

Join a community with like-minded interests. Bring friends that want a personal site.

Any questions? Ask in chat:

Google Hangout:

Optional quiet writing hour starts at 16:30 (Pacific)

Add your RSVP in the comments below, by adding your indie RSVP via webmention to this post, or by RSVPing yes to one of the posts below: event:

The IndieWeb is a growing people-focused alternative to the ‘corporate web’.

Skill levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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