Liked The Logos, Ethos, and Pathos of IndieWeb by Chris AldrichChris Aldrich (boffosocko.com)
The IndieWeb is attempting to remove these barriers, many of them complicated, but not insurmountable, technical ones, so that we can have a healthier set of direct interactions with one another

This is a lovely essay on the IndieWeb. Too many quotable sentences:

Venture capital backed corporate social media has cleverly inserted themselves between us and our interactions with each other.

Liked A Web Renaissance by Anil DashAnil Dash (Anil Dash)
Thanks to the mistrust of big tech, the creation of better tools for developers, and the weird and wonderful creativity of ordinary people, we’re seeing an incredibly unlikely comeback: the web is thriving again. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you had to pick the unexpected breakout consumer tech hit of 2022, you could make a pretty strong case for Wordle. In a matter of weeks, the popular word game went from obscurity to ubiquity, grabbing
Bookmarked My Indie, Integrated Feed Reader (colinwalker.blog)
For a few years now, it has been a goal (or more of a dream) to build my own feed reader which integrates directly with the blog making it easy to perform indieweb actions such as likes and replies.

This is a really beautiful looking setup. The best thing, I’d guess, is the integration with Colin’s blog using indieweb actions. The UI looks great. The video of mobile looks perfect.

The upside of a DIY system would be it works just they way you want it. I wonder if something similar could be done for WordPress, using FeedWordPress as a reader perhaps.