Skip to main content
 

principles:
Make your site for you, on your terms
Human experience before tech
Easy-to-use building blocks
A plurality of projects

 

Aaron posts discussions, activity tracking, events and quantified self data on his own site at https://aaronparecki.com/.

 
 

If you've got a problem, yo, I'll solve it; check out the code while our organizers resolve it.

 

If only there was a way to share portions of the audio newsletter ... cc @jimpick

 
 

At Summit 2017 here in Portland. So many amazing people - but very much missing @kevinmarks and @kylewmahan.

 

Desirability: will the dog eat the dogfood?
Viability: will the dog hunt?
Feasibility: can we build the dog?
Selfdogfood: the dog is you.

 
 

Micropub is a lightweight, universal API for publishing to the web (created by ). Now a W3C recommendation! https://aaronparecki.com/2017/05/30/1/w3c-micropub

 

I'm going to the Summit in Portland next month. If you care about an independent web, you should too. http://2017.indieweb.org

 

I'm hosting Homebrew Website Club at @mattervc SF tomorrow. Join us at 6:30 for demos & talk about a stronger independent web.

 
 
 

I'm at Homebrew Website Club!

 

Homebrew Website Club SF is at Matter tonight. 6:30pm; optional writing hour at 5:30pm. Come join us! https://www.facebook.com/events/171653883330781/

 
 
 
 

I missed this: Snowden advocated federation as an antidote to filter bubbles. http://www.scribblrs.com/snowden-stop-relying-facebook-news/

 

"You could, at this time, make a solid argument that AMP is the future of the web." http://www.theverge.com/2016/10/6/13188306/refreshing-the-verge-facebook-video-google-amp-future-of-...

 
 

This completely nails it. (And I think I'll subscribe to The Information now.) https://twitter.com/amir/status/750760849459908608

 
 

@timweston Summit is every year, but there are lots more events throughout the year: http://indiewebcamp.com/events

 

I apparently invented a phantom in Edinburgh. So maybe I should organize one.

 
 

As of today, http://brid.gy has 3000+ users, over 500,000 webmentions sent, and it costs 1 cent per user per month to run.

 
 

William http://blindinsight.com: *please* use Google's accessibility screener to improve your Android apps.