FJ de Kermadec on Twitter

Curious why you think that. Content is still at the URL, a RSS feed is just one way to consume that content. Not sure how using a hosted microservice to generate that method diminishes the premise of owning one’s content.

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Christian Heilmann Web Truths: The web is better than any other platform as it is backwards compatible and fault tolerant

Web Truths: The web is better than any other platform as it is backwards compatible and fault tolerant | Christian Heilmann
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The web is not in a good way. Sure, there is an artisinal, indie movement that creates great new and open ways to use it. But the mainstream web is terrible. It is bloated, boringly predictable and seems to try very hard to stay relevant whilst publishers get excited about snapchat and other, more ephemeral platforms.

A lot of us are working on making the UX better, especially in the WordPress arena for IndieWeb newcomers. But I agree more documentation would be great.

So a dude in my neighborhood who the police have talked to multipe times about the murders just posted the most bizarre “I’m not a serial killer” Facebook live video in the neighborhood group.

How’s your Friday going?

Me @ 24: I don’t need to read directions, I can figure this out.
Me @ 48: Someone spent a lot of time figuring out best way & documented it.