This is interesting stuff, you had me at serendipitous😉
I think the IndieWeb is worth raving about, I’ve not really figured out all the technical details, I tend to install, see if it works and forget.
Even more exciting is with the IndieAuth plugin you can log in with your own blog as opposed to relying on twitter or github.
I love to chat about some ideas around aggregated courses and the IndieWeb that are floating around my head inspired by micro.blog.
There are very cools, asking to be giffed. So…
I was wondering if this could be done more generally. I managed to do something similar here for a category so that I could post with that category from micro.blog. Not sure if something similar could be done for post kinds I couldn’t figure it out.
I feel more encouraged by the second list although there are some good ones in the first one too.
The idea of rules or the need to “maintain your blogging” seem staring to me.
Blog when it is fun or of value to you else don’t, works for me.
My class dipped their toes in minetest recently: Christmas Challenge 1 – Minetest – Banton Biggies.
Setting up a local server was really simple. I managed to get the class having a little fun without really knowing much. These types of games are always a bit daunting for non-gamers like myself but the low entry barrier means I can tread carefully. I’d be interested to see what other schools are doing with minetest and the similarities and differences with minecraft.
We have been here before but the phrase
clicked for me. Hopefully by being a good web citizen: bookmarking, sharing, commenting (if the author wishes replied), discussing, bug reporting, pull requesting supports folk who we value online?
I’ve been enjoying Duke’s life by proxy on instagram. It is the sort of thing that keeps me there despite the algorithmic post order, many adverts and lack of friendly API. (The best thing about flickr imo is that it has an API that can be used by mortals).
Have you seen:
Which pulls your instagram into your own blog, indieweb PESOS style.
Personally I just post photos to my blog first, often via micro.blog, and then manually post them to instagram. I use the tag #manualposse if I remember.
Thanks, Athole. they get here via my blog, http://johnjohnston.info/blog/photos/ where I am trying to post more stuff there first as oppose and then send out to social silos. exploring the #indieweb