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This simply isn't how life should be. A sad story, and a warning. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/15/business/lawyers-addiction-mental-health.html

 

The more we think of the human body as an ecosystem, the more we may be able to cure. https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/07/14/opinion/sunday/alzheimers-cure-south-america.html?referer=http...

 

If the US wanted to be more like the Netherlands, that would be okay with me, too. https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/07/us-worst-health-care-commonwealth-2017-report/533...

 

Actual healthcare outcomes put the UK 10th - still above the US, where healthcare is a brutal, market-based system. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/40608253

 
 
 

A reasonable theory. Now, if we can convince the American public to be less obsessed with war and the military ... http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world-0/alibaba-founder-jack-ma-has-a-brutal-theory-of-how-america...

 
 

I just set myself a new challenge. http://seat14c.com/

 

The proof just gets stronger and stronger. Although, always remember: a bunch of people really voted for this joker. https://thinkprogress.org/amp/p/5a2a952f5690

 

Unacceptable in any context; regressive beyond belief and not up for debate. Everything in this article has to stop. https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/06/30/technology/women-entrepreneurs-speak-out-sexual-harassment.htm...

 

I really like this. I've worked on remote teams for most of my career, and there are strong arguments for it. https://medium.com/@meganberry/the-complete-guide-to-working-on-a-remote-team-6bb11213e37c?source=li...

 

Facebook has 2bn users. Its content guidelines affect how much of the world learns - and black voices are silenced. https://www.propublica.org/article/facebook-hate-speech-censorship-internal-documents-algorithms

 

It's time for media companies to help build the web. My first post for the International News Media Association: http://www.inma.org/blogs/media-leaders/post.cfm/why-media-companies-should-support-a-decentralised-...

 
 

Demoing my beautiful new site theme!

 

Does anyone know if there's any beer or hamburgers in this town?

 

http://www.andy-j-miller.com/ being held up as an example of a great personal website. It's beautiful. Inspiringly organic.

 

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.

 

I need more

 
 

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

 

This is a big list of decentralized web technology. I wish Urbit wasn't listed, but otherwise: cool! https://decentralize.tech/

 

Super-fun to see a Known to Mastodon integration demoed at 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/

 

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 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 social connections between independent sites.