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@chrisaldrich
Chris Aldrich

Biomedical Engineer: information theory, complexity, math, microbiology, food; Entertainment industry: manager, producer, publisher http://stream.boffosocko.com

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I've updated my WithKnown install to v0.9.9 Derbyshire!: <p>Aside from one or two custom CSS tweaks, everything seems to be looking and working as expected! If readers or users see or experience any issues, please let me know.</... [stream.boffosocko.com]
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The @withknown Derbyshire release v0.9.9 is out!
#onthewaytov1point0Release #indieweb #edtech
https://github.com/idno/Known/releases/tag/v0.9.9
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Excited to hear that @WithKnown is stepping things up on the road to v1.0!
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/known-dev/UXPHVXBmshQ
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On the complexity of public policy:
https://twitter.com/devonzuegel/status/863450364095352833?s=09
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@33MHz Kudos on looking at microformats and considering webmentions! That sounds awesome.
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@33MHz The tweeters were mounted on top of the A4s and angled slightly. They all sat directly on stage (on platforms with casters) right behind our 45 foot wide movie screen, so they weren't visible to the audience.
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Internet Archive moves toward ignoring Robots.txt for more commonsensical archival procedure.
http://blog.archive.org/2017/04/17/robots-txt-meant-for-search-engines-dont-work-well-for-web-archives
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Indieweb adoption - how does a new way spread?
https://colinwalker.blog/2017/04/27/indieweb-adoption-how-does-a-new-way-spread/
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@33MHz He reminded me of the three A4's I used to have in my 1100+ seat theater in Baltimore. The tweeters on top of them were over 6 feet tall... they made great sound!
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@jeremycherfas @larand I was around #1300, so I'm expecting Thursday based on previous reports. All the original backers should be in by the end of day Friday.
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The hosted version opened up in limited beta, but it will be self-hostable and also work with WordPress, so you can own your own site, data, and still interact with others easily. Kind of like Mastodon, but it's architecture is even flatter.
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@larand http://micro.blog/about began rolling out in beta. It's an open microblogging platform using open standards with webmentions, websub, and other goodies.
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@33MHz @po I do like that more of the web is slowly but surely using more open standards which allow sites to interact with each other. I love things like webmenton and micropub.
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@33MHz I remember watching this interview with Bob ages ago and enjoying it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7WSlq5dqWo
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Matt Bupkes' thoughts on social media a week ago: http://www.bupk.es/2017/04/17/1.html
Curious how he thinks things have changed after today? #microblog
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bupk_es / @po / @matt@mastodon.me.uk Have you decided to throw twitter, pnut.io, and mastodon overboard for micro.blog yet?
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Announcing Unpaywall: unlocking #openaccess versions of paywalled research articles as you browse http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2017/04/04/announcing-unpaywall-unlocking-openaccess-versions-of-paywalled-research-articles-as-you-browse
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The 18th century version of having too many browser tabs open at the same time: https://twitter.com/LitteraCarolina/status/852950922196131841?s=09
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Interested in open & #DecentralizedWeb? Registrations are now open for #IndieWeb Summit 2017 in Portland 6/24-25 https://2017.indieweb.org

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