This is the foundation of the new WordPress editor. Take atomic pieces, and combine them to make whole sections and layouts. Best yet, no fumbling with floats if you want to put some text next to an image!
A nice example of what Gutenberg can do. I am not using it here, the old editor suits me and supports all of the IndieWeb plugins. It will answer some of the requests we have on Glow Blogs when it arrive there.
published on Medium in July 2016; I’m republishing because I no longer have access to Medium because it is blocked in Egypt
I’m not angry at you (republished) powerful stuff.
First thing: don’t send money. This app is written for love, not money. 🙂
NetNewsWire/How to Support NetNewsWire
A lovely piece, Brent Simmons explains how to support his free software.
Donate to charities that promote literacy.
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The New Wilderness (Idle Words). Powerful thinking about the parallels between online/social media problem and environmental ones
What follows is the collection of posts, links and resources
Bookmarked: Feedback, Content and People
Bookmarked: Screenshots are the new save by @nnnnicholas - fascinating and thought provoking thread.
As I see it, the best things schools can do for kids is to help them learn how to distinguish useful talk from bullshit. I think almost all serious people understand that about 90% of all that goes on in school is practically useless, so what I am saying would not require the displacement of anything that is especially worthwhile.
Found in this tweet by @MarkRPriestley.
My link is to a pdf of the talk from 1969.
Postman also wrote kairosschool.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Teaching-as-a-Subversive-Activity.pdf.
A good fun read with many cringe points, which of the forms of BS have you used? I’ve used a lot.
Jeffery Zeldman argues that in being unable to pay mortgage associated with the web, we have become indebted to the mob that is platform capitalism. This has led us into the money trap, which demands unrealistic rewards that care more about clicks than community. Zeldman’s suggestion on how to fix…
Aaron points to Nothing Fails Like Success (A List Apart).
Aaron links to several fellow travellers reactions that make great reading too.
Aaron’s own blogging has gone a long way along the IndieWeb path and is a excellent one to follow.
Kml2gpx.com: convert kml to gpx online. It’s free, simple and fast I am digging out some old mapped walks from dropbox and converting them to work on my site so this is handy.
Build a Decentralized Web Chat in 15 Minutes WebRTC fascinating.