Hi Desmond, I think of the IndieWeb as being less about "knocking Facebook off its perch" and more about establishing a resistance movement.— Bill Bennett (@billbennettnz) January 15, 2020
Take on Superman I think would work well in live-action:— Artemis Gannon 🏹 (@The_Bear_Queen) January 12, 2020
Explore his hyperawareness. Delve into the nerves living in a world of cardboard might give a person. Explore the feeling of being able to hear people in peril all the time and never being able to do enough.
It's my blog engine of choice these days though I'm considering switching to @gatsbyjs.
What's everyone using for blogging these days? I'm particularly interested in solutions beyond WP and (gasp) commenting.— Cameron Moll (@cameronmoll) January 10, 2020
In a previous blog post, I gave a very brief introduction to the IndieWeb, hopefully giving a sense of what it is and why it matters. In this post I'll try and zoom in a tiny bit and explain something of the mechanics of how the IndieWeb actually works and what it means to "like" a post or "share" a status update.
I'm deliberately trying to avoid too much detail in this post because, frankly, there's a lot to write, and it's easy to get lost. So I'm going to try and give a rough idea of what an IndieWeb enabled website looks like at a very high level, without going into the weeds. Further posts will go into more detail.Read more