Finished reading: Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger (ISBN 9781451645859)


Joe Masilotti Joe Masilotti on twitter.com:
@indiewebcamp hi there! I’m
excited to participate this weekend. What qualifies as a “personal website”? I have a personal blog and a website that I’m trying to make into a real business (that I am the only contributor towards). Which, if either, qualify?

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!


Jamie Tanna Jamie Tanna on www.jvt.me:
Birds of Prey Review (No Spoilers)

Agree wholeheartedly. I'm looking forward to seeing it again.


Card and envelope which had a smaller card inside. Smaller card reads ‘Are you a magician??? Because abraca-DAYUM’

Yo dawg, we heard you like cards so we put a card inside your card.

The small card is about 3 inches and was inside its own tiny envelope. Many thanks to Isha for these. <3

#abracaDAYUM


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


katherine katherine on twitter.com:
Worst Chris.

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.”


gRegor Morrill gRegor Morrill on gregorlove.com:
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!

Some more information in the announcement post: https://gregorlove.com/2018/06/announcing-indiebookclub/


Tom Critchlow Tom Critchlow on twitter.com:
haven't come across http://indiebookclub.biz before. Can you link to an example profile?

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!


Tom Critchlow Tom Critchlow on twitter.com:
yeah I gotta sketch out this decentralized goodreads idea I have... I think it's interesting. Basically a single-focus (i.e. books) indieweb-style markup format that is tied together with RSS and the smallest lightweight centralized servers (i.e. http://library.fm)

I’m definitely interested in this area! I tinker with https://indiebookclub.biz for posting books on my site.


Jamie Tanna Jamie Tanna on www.jvt.me:
https://gregorlove.com you'll be happy to know that when talking about a different Gregor my phone autocorrected it to gRegor!

Haha, love it!



Want to read: Round Ireland with a Fridge by Tony Hawks (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.

https://twitter.com/upidaisy/status/1218924372976656386


“we blurred references to the President’s name on some posters, so as not to engage in current political controversy”

An inherently political action.

https://twitter.com/ReclaimTheRecs/status/1218356892994437120


Simon Prickett ?? Simon Prickett ?? on twitter.com:
Yell when you post this month’s Bowie picture too - thanks :)

Here you go! This will go out in the This Week in the IndieWeb newsletter, too.

https://gregorlove.com/2020/01/we-had-a-good-time/


Joe, Suze, gRegor, and Simon in front of a painting of David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust

We had a good time at the second Homebrew Website Club San Diego meetup last night.


@SuzeShardlow It was great meeting you tonight. Here’s the details for IndieWebCamp London I mentioned. https://2020.indieweb.org/london


Looking forward to Homebrew Website Club San Diego tonight! @simon_prickett @artlung

https://events.indieweb.org/2020/01/homebrew-website-club-san-diego-7lFdwwiZJCl9


gRegor Morrill gRegor Morrill on gregorlove.com:
Understandable. Next year we should have the meetups at least monthly, perhaps every two weeks, depending on interest and availability.

Hey Taylor, sorry for the short notice but we're having our second meetup tomorrow. I think we'll continue meeting monthly and I'll do a better job with advance notice next time!

https://events.indieweb.org/2020/01/homebrew-website-club-san-diego-7lFdwwiZJCl9