I am proposing a session for IndieWebCamp West Coast: “Keeping Track of Books and Reading Progress.”
I would like to discuss the use-cases and experiences of using our websites to:
- track books we want to read
- categorize (or “shelve”) books
- track reading progress
Most of my personal experience has been around tracking books I want to read. It is probably more accurate to classify those as want posts instead of read posts. I’d like to discuss the differences between these three types of posts and what they look like on our sites. Regarding categorizing books, we should also discuss Library JSON.
This session is broader than indiebookclub but will likely have an impact on it. indiebookclub creates posts with a status of to-read, reading, or finished. The first is probably a want post and the others seem to be reading progress posts.
@sonicrocketman: I noticed I wasn’t seeing your feed in Monocle. It looks like your jsonfeed doesn’t validate: https://validator.jsonfeed.org/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fpine.blog%2Fu%2Fsonicrocketman%2Ffeed.json
I subscribed to your microformats feed and that’s working smoothly!
https://paper.li/ still exists. If you use it, please don't have it auto-tweet them though. XD
Want to read: How to Be an Antiracist by (ISBN 9780525509288)
Want to read: The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It by (ISBN 9781583335086)
Want to watch Give Me Sex Jesus
What happens when a generation of Christian youth pledge sexual abstinence until marriage? Since the 1990s, the Purity Movement has been at the center of the national sexual conversation extending past the pew and all the way into the Oval Office. Including some of the leading experts on Evangelicalism today, Give Me Sex Jesus invites you into the guilt, pleasure, shame, and humor of sorting out faith and sex in America.
“save myself from the mob of cancel culture” does not read as a good faith interpretation of the reactions you received.
Currently reading: You're a Miracle (And a Pain in the Ass): Embracing the Emotions, Habits, and Mystery That Make You You by (ISBN 9781984823243)
Want to read: It's Not Always Depression: Working the Change Triangle to Listen to the Body, Discover Core Emotions, and Connect to Your Authentic Self by (ISBN 9780399588143)
Recommended by Hillary McBride
It gets my homepage URL as the author property, but I don't expect it will handle fetching that and following the authorship specification. That's more indieweb-land than microformats2.
BTW, I'm gonna have a quick IndieWeb lunch Zoom at noon today. Link will be in chat.