I ❤ Blogs And Maybe You Should Too.

I have been reading ‘Blogs’ for as long as I have been “surfing” the web (it’s that a term I can still use?), even if at the time I wasn’t aware of what I was reading was a blog. To me was probably just another website. Then I started to get more serious about it and read more of some pe…

The IndieWeb and Webmentions by Brett TerpstraBrett Terpstra

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I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but a while back I added a nifty feature to posts on this site which displays activity from Twitter and Mastodon (likes, retweets, replies) on each post. In most cases, more responses to my work happen on social media…

a post by Tantek ÇelikTantek Çelik

🎉🎂 Happy 3rd birthday #Webmention! https://indieweb.org/Webmention
@W3C Recommendation published 2017-01-12 with a still live robust test suite, Webmention has more interoperable implementations than any other federated peer-to-peer social web protocol, API, or standard, and continues growing …

Thank you, Ethan by Peter RukavinaPeter Rukavina

When, in early 2013, Catherine suggested that we look into getting an autism assistance dog for Oliver, I thought it was an inane idea: she wanted to take our already chaotic family and inject another complicating element into it?!
But I humored her, and agreed to hear the idea out and meet with a t…

Letting go… by Remkus de VriesRemkus de Vries (Remkus de Vries)

This is just a reminder to let go. To let go of things you’re not going to pursue. Of things that are never going to get the full attention that they deserve. Of things that are cluttering your todo list. Of things that you feel obligated to do because you once thought of them.