Well, I guess that's the last time I fly JetBlue. http://www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2017/06/26/534131967/facial-recognition-may-boost-airp...
27 Jun 2017
Demoing my beautiful new site theme! #sofly
26 Jun 2017
Does anyone know if there's any beer or hamburgers in this town? #pdx
25 Jun 2017
http://www.andy-j-miller.com/ being held up as an example of a great personal website. It's beautiful. Inspiringly organic. #indieweb
24 Jun 2017
For clarity: I won't tolerate or work with, in any capacity, anyone I know to be a misogynist or bigot. And I'll warn others. #DecencyPledge
I need more #indiecoffee
Just came across Open Signal: a new kind of community media center. Looks really impressive. https://www.opensignalpdx.org/
Too many projects think "if we build it they will come". It's not about building cool tech. It's about making something people need.
This cat posts what she eats on her very own website. https://indiewebcat.com/ate #indieweb #cats #caturday #felinegroovy
This is a big list of decentralized web technology. I wish Urbit wasn't listed, but otherwise: cool! https://decentralize.tech/ #indieweb
Super-fun to see a Known to Mastodon integration demoed at #indieweb Summit. Really proud of this open source community.
Not quite true that some content types won't work on @Medium. Embedmaker lets you embed your own site: https://embedmaker.com/ #indieweb
Four years ago, I came to this event to demo something called Idno.
Four years later, Known is such a great community. I'm really proud to be back.
Extremely cool. Here's the entire #indieweb social graph of independent websites as queryable data. http://www.indiemap.org/
What's out there? @schnarfed built a web crawler in 15 lines of code and found 706K #indieweb social connections between independent sites.
New to me: Common Crawl does a regular public crawl of the web and makes the data available to everyone. #indieweb https://commoncrawl.org/
Worth saying: if you're helping people own their own content and monetize on their own terms, we should talk. #indieweb #imaninvestornow
"There isn't a good funnel I can push people into." @anomalily making a very good case for much easier, friendlier #indieweb resources.
An aside: I've stopped displaying brid.gy webmentions publicly on my site at http://werd.io. Facebook friends were complaining. #indieweb
Brid.gy is an awesome way to take silo comments (on Facebook and Twitter, etc) and host them on your site so you have them. #indieweb
WordPress is still the most customizable way for non-developers to host their own websites. #indieweb
"I want to monetize *my* way [...] So, how does someone who's not a developer take her shit back from Facebook?" @anomalily #indieweb
"I want to document that I made it." @anomalily wants to host her own work, and attach to her identity, so she can show it's hers. #indieweb
Says @anomalily: "I am not a developer". But she's been building and hosting her own website, on her terms, for 20 years. #indieweb
Webmention, micropub and websub are huge, and simple to integrate, ingredients for adding social functionality to the web itself. #indieweb
Websub, the publish/subscribe protocol formerly known as pubsubhubbub, is a W3C candidate recommendation. #indieweb https://www.w3.org/TR/websub/
Micropub, a lightweight, standard API for publishing to any website, is also now a W3C recommendation. #indieweb https://www.w3.org/TR/micropub/
Webmention, a lightweight spec for social interactions across websites, is now a W3C recommendation. #indieweb https://www.w3.org/TR/webmention/
Controlling your own identity online goes hand in hand with building a more respectful internet. #indieweb https://www.futurehosting.com/blog/the-indieweb-movement-will-help-people-control-their-own-web-pres...