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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

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@terrainsvagues You might also find some useful and interesting philosophy on the topic of "Open" as well as identity on the web at https://indieweb.org. This might allow another level of business that's not commonly seen in the web (yet).

 

sessions now happening on
* Identity and the IndieWeb : https://hangouts.google.com/hangouts/_/shanske.com/indiewebcampbwi2018
* Building Blocks (draw it/diagram it) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5_lRiQZZsY

 

Today's afternoon sessions for IndieWebCamp Baltimore are posted! Links for video feeds coming
Sessions include
https://indieweb.org/2018/Baltimore/Sessions

 

@dauwhe On first blush it looks like something superceded by microformats h-cards and other pieces within community for identity.

 

I'm sure I've used this same signal sub-consciously in the past. Fortunately most spammers don't bother to add avatars of any stripe. Although I've also found that even many actual legitimate commenters (and specifically WordPress users) don't know about or don't have a gravatar account either. Better yet, I've turned off traditional comments in the past in preference for webmentions, for which I've yet to see any native spam yet. The majority of people using this method seem to take their identity a bit more seriously which also raises the signal-to-noise threshold.

 

I like the hover UI/UX w/ social silos on Aram Zucker-Scharff's profile photo here http://aramzuckerscharff.com

 

@ergodicwalk Pssst. While the identicon on your blog is very fitting to your topic... http://boffosocko.com/2016/10/26/give-your-web-presence-a-more-personal-identity-photos-on-wordpress-with-gravatar/ ;)

 

IndieWebCamp Los Angeles 2016

Join us in LA (Santa Monica) for two days of a BarCamp-style gathering of web creators building and sharing open web technologies to empower users to own their own identities & content, and advance the state of the #indieweb!

Location: Pivotal, 1333 2nd Street, Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA,, 90401, United States

Time:

Ends:

The IndieWeb movement is a global community that is building an open set of principles and methods that empower people to take back ownership of identity and data instead of relying on 3rd party websites.

At IndieWebCamp you’ll learn about ways to empower yourself to own your data, create & publish content on your own site, and only optionally syndicate to third-party silos. Along the way you’ll get a solid grounding in the history and future of Microformats, domain ownership, IndieAuth, WebMention and more!

For more general information visit: https://indieweb.org
For specific camp information visit: https://indieweb.org/2016/LA

 

@devonzuegel I came across your blog serendipitously and was impressed with some of the nifty tools you've implemented as well as the workflow you seem to have worked out vis-a-vis your website and miscellaneous tools. Thanks for sharing it all!

The idea of Instanote is intriguing to me, though I've been using MS OneNote instead of Evernote, which I've sampled several times. In addition to InstaPaper's API, I've previously used IFTTT.com to port over highlights. I've also been experimenting around with using http://hypothes.is (and their API) lately for notes/highlights as it seems to have a more scholarly bent among the highlight/note tools out there. You might find it interesting.

Given the way you use your website(s) for both identity and knowledge gathering (and owning your own data), I feel compelled to mention a group of hackers working in loose (but very open and very collaborative) concert at http://indieweb.org. You might find some of the tools and ideas over there interesting/useful.

Also given the terrific overlap in books we're reading/read, I might recommend physicist Sean Carroll's relatively new book The Big Picture (particularly part 4 on Complexity) which had some overlap on topics like Schelling's model of segregation as they relate to complexity and spontaneous organization which you may find interesting.