Liked Re-launched instagram-atom by Ryan BarrettRyan Barrett (snarfed.org)
Re-launched instagram-atom, my side project that lets you read your Instagram feed in any feed reader, with new browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox. Feel free to try it out, feedback is welcome!

I’ve not posted to Instagram for over a year. I don’t miss the adverts or bonkers timeline. I do miss photos from family & folks I don’t see elsewhere online. This sorts that out via my RSS reader.

Liked Making the IndieWeb more approachable by Tracy DurnellTracy Durnell (tracydurnell.com)
Replied to IndieWebCamp Popup: How to Make the IndieWeb More Approachable (events.indieweb.org) The IndieWeb community welcomes anyone who is interested in expressing themselves on a personal website, regardless of technical experience. In this meetup, we will be asking the question “how can we ma...

The IndieWeb is build on the kindness and enthusiasm of many clever folk doing tricky things. Simple it is not. I imagine this chimes with none technical or time poor folk. It does with me. There is a mention of micro.blog as the smoothest path to indieWeb happiness.

Replied to Brian @brianb@fosstodon.org (Fosstodon)
Here's what I want: A keystroke to open a window to a blank WordPress editor. Not the block, nothing fancy. A white box. Maybe a select or check for categories and tags. That's all.

If you are happy using a few #IndieWeb plugins and setting up indieauth & micropub you could use quill:
https://quill.p3k.io

Listened to this episode of the ATP pocdcast as they were talking about mastodon. They talked about the problems of scaling, large instances and what would happen when celebrities arrive. Personally I don’t want to follow celebrities or even slightly famous people who I can’t engage with. I love the idea of small instances of quite like minded folk combined with the ability to interact with other groups.