Liked A side benefit of going IndieWeb... by Chris AldrichChris Aldrich (BoffoSocko)
A side benefit of going IndieWeb and posting everything to my own site first instead of to social silos like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinboard, Reading.am, Pocket, Mastodon, etc.: It’s pretty easy to rack up big consecutive day posting streaks in WordPress. Toaster notification on my computer...

Liked: https://boffosocko.com/2018/10/11/wordpress-posting-streak/

Liked Adding Bridgy to WordPress.com by Greg McVerryGreg McVerry (jgregorymcverry.com)
A quick tutorial Go to Brid.gy Click on WordPress.com Authorize the account Copy the code Add a text or html widget to your side bar Next Step Add an h-card. An h-card is the website equivalent to a business card. You can design it anyway way you want. Add an html/text widget to your sidebar  

Liked:  Adding Bridgy to WordPress.com

Bridgy brings comments from twitter, flickr, instagram etc back to your blog.

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Bookmarked: https://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/16/t-magazine/jeong-kwan-the-philosopher-chef.html

Liked Jeong Kwan, the Philosopher Chef by jeff-gordinier (nytimes.com)
The most exquisite food in the world, say many celebrated chefs, is being made not in Copenhagen or New York, but in a remote temple complex south of Seoul by a 59-year-old Buddhist nun.

fascinating.

Liked Let Us Build a New Web by Brad Brad (Brad Enslen)
@simonwoods made a great point about (re)building the web and search. I’m convinced the best answer to search is websites. Let people collect and curate the information, rather than play Google’s game and then inch-by-inch the alternative search becomes viable — Do read that whole thread I lin...
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Liked Some quick thoughts on my IndieWeb implementation. by Kimberly HirshKimberly Hirsh (Kimberly Hirsh)
I have been tweaking my website a lot this week and wanted to write a few notes about my IndieWeb progress. In my early days, I tried to just implement a ton of stuff. Then I had to tweak a bunch of things to get what I wanted. I can be too rigid sometimes, and I think some of m...

I’ve been meaning to try something like this.

Liked David Gilmour on Twitter (Twitter)
“@athole And online, showcasing product on Twitter, while it has its place, risks displacing blogs where there was space to talk thoughtfully about process. Another consequence of time pressures, perhaps?”

Exactly!

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