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Tagged with “indieweb” (48)

  1. Josh and Benet’s 2020 recap | Starlifter.Dev

    A #WebDev podcast from an interstellar perspective.

    https://www.starlifter.dev/josh-and-benet-s-2020-recap/

    Josh and Benet’s 2020 recap

    Posted 28. January 2021

    After a ridiculous 2020 Josh and Benet finally get around to recording a casual chat about their year in review including perennial topics such as raising children, podcasting experiments, CSS, SVG animation, the IndieWeb, productivity using Notion, oh and that #DevLyfe in Craft CMS.

    [19:00] Discussion of web identity on Twitter and using different accounts followed by domain names and registrars

    [28:00] General discussion of IndieWeb and Webmention that they’ve been using on their own sites

    Links Episode cover image by Matt Hearne Allen and Heath ZEDi10 Focusrite 2i4 Reaper DAW Discord Craft CMS Natural Paint NZBEX Conventional commits Semantic release Custom D Quantum Physics for Babies by Chris Ferrie Notion Marie Poulin Cassie Evans Porkbun IndieWeb Webmention

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  2. The one thing I wish I’d done when I first started my design career | Craig Burgess, Designer and Creative Director

    There’s lots of things I wish I would have done when I first started my design career, but this one is a big one. The worst bit? It’s taken me 15 years to realise it.

    https://getdoingthings.com/podcast/getdoingthings/the-one-thing

    Description via Jamie Tanna: "In this 9 minute podcast, Craig Burgess speaks about how he wished he’d got started on his #PersonalWebsite and doing more #blogging early on in his career. Craig also speaks about the #IndieWeb and why everyone should get involved."

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  3. Micro Monday episode 78: Amanda Rush, aka @arush

    This week’s guest, Amanda Rush is a web developer and accessibility practitioner who loves to cook and read. She also loves the IndieWeb movement and Micro.blog. Of her own blog, she says:

    I want to own all my content and have control over it, and to that end I am constantly updating this site so that it contains as much of my data as possible from any silo I may have an account on. I decided to start doing this when I finally got tired of all the curated timeline nonsense and the social media design element that encourages us to be horrible to each other online for clicks.

    We talk about what drew her to IndieWeb practices (spoiler alert: webmentions), and what she recommends to folks without tech experience who want to try out the Indieweb (another spoiler alert: Micro.blog).

    https://monday.micro.blog/2020/01/20/amanda-rush-aka.html

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  4. Microcast #082 – Nodenoggin | Doug Belshaw’s Thought Shrapnel

    This week, I’ve been delighted to be able to catch up with Adam Procter, academic, games designer, open advocate, and long-time supporter of Thought Shrapnel.

    We discussed everything from the IndieWeb to his PhD project, with relevant links below!

    Show notes: * Adam’s website / Southampton uni staff page * Nodenoggin (and alpha app / project code / project feedback forum) * Adam’s PhD work / blog

    https://thoughtshrapnel.com/2020/01/08/microcast-082-nodenoggin/

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  5. Can Your Website be Your API? | Web Standards Group Podcast

    This last week I had the pleasure of giving a presentation for the Web Standards Group London microformats special. I was presenting alongside Norm who was giving some of the background into microformats, and Jeremy, who was covering day-to-day use as well as showing some of the tools that are currently available.

    More details: https://allinthehead.com/retro/301/can-your-website-be-your-api

    Slides: https://allinthehead.com/presentations/2006/mf-website-api.pdf

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  6. Future of Web Apps: Google’s Kevin Marks on social networking trends

    Jemima Kiss interviews Kevin about Open Social at FOWA. Thu 9 Oct 2008 15.50 EDT

    Kevin Marks, Google’s developer advocate for Open Social, talked today about the unpredictable, organic growth of social networks. Even the biggest networks have seen their audience bases grow exponentially in unexpected communities; this is partly because of the dynamics of relationships between people, who mostly want to connect - or feel most comfortable connecting to people like themselves.

    Despite some derogatory write-ups of Google’s Orkut social network in the US press - "it’s not a proper social network and is full of Brazilian prostitutes" - it’s a perfect example of a social networking site with a strong community in one language. A community tends to mould the site to its own culture, which makes it less appealing for other languages and cultures. Clearly those with a strong English-language audience have a big advantage, despite the cultural differences of the Anglo-speaking world.

    I asked Marks to explain a bit more about trends in social networking and how Open Social is trying to both facilitate growth, and respond to change. Open Social doesn’t have a three-year road map, but is constantly adjusting its templates around the mapping of social information.

    https://www.theguardian.com/media/pda/2008/oct/09/googlethemedia-google

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  7. Hier & Jetzt (Here & Now) – Open Web 4

    Matthias Pfefferle und Marcel Weiß sprechen über den Erfolg von Mastodon, das extrem wichtige ActivityPub-Protokoll und die Herausforderungen dezentraler Netzwerke, die zum Teil denen sehr ähneln, die wir von Twitter und co. kennen aber auch neue Aspekte haben.

    Matthias Pfefferle and Marcel Weiß talk about the success of Mastodon, the extremely important ActivityPub protocol and the challenges of decentralized networks, some of which are very similar to those we found on Twitter and co. but also have new aspects.

    Original video: https://notiz.blog/2019/11/06/hier-und-jetzt-open-web-4/
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Wed, 06 Nov 2019 18:08:26 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  8. WPWeekly Episode 361 – Introduction to the IndieWeb With David Shanske – WordPress Tavern

    In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by David Shanske. David introduces us to a set of philosophies known as the IndieWeb, explains how it’s different from the Open Web, and how he’s been involved in the community. We discuss tools that help people own their data while still being able to take advantage of the benefits that social networks offer. We also talk about WordPress’ role and how capable it is out-of-the-box for participating in the IndieWeb.

    Stories Discussed: Bridgy connects individual sites with social networks IndieWeb Wiki IndieWebCamps IndieWeb WordPress Plugin WordPress XFN IndieWebifying Your WordPress – IndieWeb Summit 2019

    July 25, 2019 0 https://wptavern.com/wpweekly-episode-361-introduction-to-the-indieweb-with-david-shanske

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  9. XRAY In The Morning: Wednesday, June 5th, 2019: Lillian Karabaic interviews Aaron Parecki with IndieWeb

    XRAY.fm aims to hold a boom mic up to the best and most distinctive of Portland. https://xray.fm/broadcasts/29290

    XRAY In The Morning - Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 News & Politics

    TODAY ON XRAY: (1)News with Friends with Lillian Karabaic and Michael Leverette (2)Talk Media News (3) Everything Is Interesting: Old Wives’ Tales (4) Lillian interviews Aaron Parecki with IndieWeb [1:24:58] https://cdn.xray.fm/audio/xray-in-the-mornings/xray-in-the-mornings_2019-06-05_07-00-00.mp3#t=5098 (5) A rebroadcast of our interview from with Andrea Rodgers of Our Children’s Trust (6) Since it’s Wednesday, we close out the show with Ben DeJarnette from Bridgeliner

    also on: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/632336481-xrayinthemorning-xray-in-the-morning-wednesday-june-5th-2019.mp3

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  10. An IndieWeb Podcast: Episode 14 A loose collective of developers and techno-utopians

    Our first episode since January. David Shanske and Chris Aldrich get caught up on some recent IndieWebCamps, an article about IndieWeb in The New Yorker, changes within WordPress, and upcoming events.

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