Posts in: IndieWeb

Okay, this will be quick.

I spent the day going through so many awesome examples of digital gardens. In fact, I ended up collecting more examples than I had the time to fully check out.

So I’m …

Back when dinosaurs roamed the earth and my wife and I had just started dating, she talked me into setting up a window flower box. We were in college, and she was going to be gone for the summer, so I …

So I had decided to take a blog break while on vacation. Turns out, that was a month ago! But the break was good, and I’m back with renewed vigor and some more ideas.

The idea I’ve been …

Once again I’ve found myself amazed at all the awesome things people have built on the web. The amount of inspiration I found while looking through personal webpages out there was astounding. …

I cannot count how many times I have set myself up for failure. Many times it’s rooted in my firm devotion to procrastination. So often I’ve found myself in a situation that could have …

I’ll keep this one brief. Spent the day drafting up and ultimately posting the three cornerstone pages that I set out to do. Now I have an About page, a Contact page, and a /now page.

And …

So turns out, there are a LOT of great sources of inspiration on how to go about setting up some cornerstone pages out there.

I’ve spent most of the day happily falling down the IndieWeb rabbit …

I used to watch a lot of Three Stooges with my dad when I was a kid. Personally, I preferred the Marx Brothers, but I didn’t control the television remote. There was this one Three Stooges skit …

I like to start each week with a goal.

Okay, that’s a complete lie. But I’d really like to be the kind of person who does actually start each week with goals and intentions in mind. So …

I remember my first website. Before Wordpress, before MySpace, even before GeoCities. It was a simple tilde page on a local university server. And believe me when I say, it was nothing to brag about. …