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
@nlafferty You may find some examples here including KQED which uses it as a group platform: https:/
I've got some invite codes for anyone who'd like to try out micro.blog, a new social media site that supports #indieweb principles.
On a blog entitled "Pandemic", I suppose I should be proud to say I may have helped to "infect" it with some #Indieweb goodness?!
@ChristophAdami Be sure to ask pubs for the right for personal digital distribution; many are now granting it
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Excited to see @danehillard working on Webmention for Django!
Why couldn't journalists use bigger publishers/aggregators as syndication partners this way? #POSSE
@BeakerBrowser Or if it had built in micropub support to my site like Omnibear does as a plugin for Chrome?
I totally want a browser that does this! #indieweb
For the syndicated portfolio, you might want to take a peek at the PressForward plugin for WordPress [http:/
As an example, compare:
This is beneficial as you can syndicate (POSSE) the post with your own URL to Facebook, Twitter, et al. and folks who click to read will be sent to your site for a moment before being forwarded on to the original. Thus you get a ping and the original outlet also gets a ping (as well as the advertising revenue for it.) And if, for any reason, the original outlet goes out of business, gets sold, or disappears, you've got a word-for-word copy of your original and can simply un-forward it so that it can appear on your site as it was originally published. Naturally if you prefer and the outlet doesn't stipulate otherwise, you could publish the original to your site and not forward it (or even forward it for an exclusivity window of time pre-agreed with the original publisher.)
Additionally, if you're using Brid.gy for backfeed, anyone who comments on your POSSE copies will have their commentary sent to your site. While others won't necessarily be able to see the commentary (if you're forwarding the URL to the publisher's original), at least you'll be aware of it and can reply to it and get your own replies in return. I suspect that in the future brid.gy may be able to scrape commentary based on the syndicated URL so that your personal version aggregates commentary from the publisher's original as well as mentions of it on Facebook, Twitter, et al.
There are still some missing pieces I'd like to see in such a workflow for journalists, but it's slowly and surely getting somewhere.
(I've written about other parts of PressForward before at http:/
@billbennettnz Some resources for intersection of indieweb & journalism which you may appreciate https:/