Official Post from Nicolas Steenhout: This week, I had the luck and great pleasure to talk with Jeffrey Zeldman, who probably needs no introduction but who refers to himself as a "web designer who’s been interested in inclusive design for a very long time.
A11y Rules Podcast Episode 21 - Interview with Jeffrey Zeldman - Part 1 | Nicolas Steenhout on Patreon
IndieWebCamp Austin, Patreon, and some thoughts about payments and patronage on the indie web.
Demos from IndieWebCamp Austin
Payment Requests using Stripe and Apple Pay
IndieWeb on Open Collective
n this episode Byron and Pedro Domingos talk about the master algorithm, machine creativity, and the creation of new jobs in the wake of the AI revolution.
The United States government set aside $5 million for the families of civilian casualties from the war on the Islamic State. There have been thousands of civilian casualties. So why has the money gone untouched?Guest: Azmat Khan, an investigative reporter who spent the past year looking into civilian casualties in the war on the Islamic State. For more information on todayâs episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily.
On this episode of ‘The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast,’ we discuss the future of the web should the government decide to gut net neutrality.
This week’s plans, including blog posts about IndieWebCamp and a strategy for the Micro.blog launch.
http://timetable.manton.org/podcast-player/233/episode-83-event-countdown.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 4:54
Audio edition for This Week in the IndieWeb for November 18th - 24th, 2017.
David Fahrenthold of the Washington Post won a Pulitzer for his Trump coverage, but he couldn’t have done it without help from his readers. In the first episode of our newest podcast, Pull up a Chair, David talks with NYU’s Jay Rosen about the power of putting readers at the heart of journalism.
The Correspondent Pull Up A Chair #1 - Jay Rosen & David Fahrenthold
I’ve wanted to create a podcast for a long time, but the effort involved just seemed like too much. So using my own website, I thought I’d see what I could come up with in under an hour in terms of creation and posting. Here’s the first “episode” of my microcast which I’ve conceived of, created, and posted in under an hour with equipment I happen to have on hand:
The photo challenge on Micro.blog, and finding a venue for IndieWebCamp Austin. You can now register for IndieWebCamp here: https://2017.indieweb.org/austin
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