I’m attendingon 2020-03-18.
What a small indieweb. I'm in Austin for IndieWebCamp and another attendee, Brian, is from San Diego and lives in my neighborhood. Another person for the SD meetups!
Edit: fixed name and URL, oops!
Currently reading: Outlander by (ISBN 9780440335160)
Finished reading: Ordinary Grace by (ISBN 9781451645859)
Hi, Joe. Both! Trends more towards personal sites but we have some IndieWeb for business examples: https://indieweb.org/IndieWeb_for_business
I'll be there this weekend, too. Look forward to meeting you!
Agree wholeheartedly. I'm looking forward to seeing it again.
I’m hanging out on Beatsense playing some music if anyone wants to join in: https://beatsense.com/limbo#/
cc @jdragz @girlvsplanet @Scandalous @indiana_mama @Skirts
Aside (or not?) — screw this white nonsense from the author:
“This is not Colin Kaepernick’s brand of entertainment. Pratt’s endeavor boasts a uniting message.”
Some more information in the announcement post: https://gregorlove.com/2018/06/announcing-indiebookclub/
Mine is https://indiebookclub.biz/users/gregorlove.com. My site supports Micropub, so each entry links to the canonical post on my site. If a site doesn’t support Micropub, the permalink is on indiebookclub. You should be able to log in with your domain if you want to try it out!
I’m definitely interested in this area! I tinker with https://indiebookclub.biz for posting books on my site.
Haha, love it!
Want to read: Round Ireland with a Fridge by (ISBN 9780312274924)
Fortune cookie: “A friend’s advice will deliver great joy.”
Okay, let’s hear it, friends.
I’m glad we’re finally talking about this.
“we blurred references to the President’s name on some posters, so as not to engage in current political controversy”
An inherently political action.
Here you go! This will go out in the This Week in the IndieWeb newsletter, too.