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This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

Liked Photo of Jake Archibald Jake Archibald’s post on Twitter
Ok yes this is very exciting https://t.co/eQjBKm3C2n
Liked Chris Aldrich’s post “An Introduction to the IndieWeb” on altplatform.org
There’s a better way to own and control your online identity Why IndieWeb? Whether you’re starting a blog, building your personal brand, posting a resume, promoting a hobby, writing a personal journal, creating an online commonplace book, sharing pho…
Liked Photo of jontarbuck jontarbuck’s post on Twitter
Nice surprise waiting for me this morning - thanks @venntro! Can't believe it's been 9 years! https://t.co/3D8NtnKcqP
Liked Photo of Neil Mather Neil Mather’s post “shpub is awesome. I can microblog to my…” on doubleloop.net
shpub is awesome. I can microblog to my website from the command line! #indieweb
Liked Photo of Paul Kinlan Paul Kinlan’s post on Twitter
Thought I would noodle about with pubsubhubbub -> web push. Wanted to get http://medium.com updates via push https://rss-to-web-push.glitch.me
Liked Drew McLellan’s post “Implementing Webmentions” on allinthehead.com
In a world before social media, a lot of online communities existed around blog comments. The particular community I was part of – web standards – was all built up around the personal websites of those involved. As social media sites gained traction…
Liked Photo of Calum Le Tour 🚴🏻 Calum Le Tour 🚴🏻’s post on Twitter
Original Homebrew Computer Club newsletter https://t.co/Cl1vlbxtiv
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Liked Photo of Malcolm Blaney Malcolm Blaney’s post “unicyclic.com now supports fat pings” on unicyclic.com
I just finished adding support for WebSub fat pings to dobrado, so unicyclic.com now uses them too :-) I've also submitted implementation reports for all three pieces of the WebSub puzzle (hub, publish & subscribe) because as an integrated readin…
Liked Photo of Alex Hern Alex Hern’s post on Twitter
DCMS is now the “Department for Digital, Culture Media & Sport” 1. “Digital” is not a noun, ew. 2. WHERE IS THE SEC… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/881818313134919680
Liked Photo of Calum Ryan Calum Ryan’s post “June 28, 2017 Homebrew Website Club…” on calumryan.com
Homebrew Website Club London Year 1 For the past twelve months I’ve been organising a meetup in London for people interested and committed to improving their own websites. Prior to this I’d attended Brighton’s version of the event a few times…
Liked Photo of Feed Wrangler Feed Wrangler’s post on Twitter
Support for JSON Feed was just rolled out. Should be transparent to users, just subscribe to a JSON Feed URL and it will work as before.
Liked Photo of Ryan Barrett Ryan Barrett’s post “New side project: Indie Map” on snarfed.org
I’m launching a new side project today! Indie Map is a public IndieWeb social graph and dataset. It’s a complete crawl of 2300 of the most active IndieWeb sites, sliced and diced and rolled up in a few useful ways: Social graph API and interactive…
Liked Photo of Pelle Wessman Pelle Wessman’s post on Twitter
In celebration if this weekend's @indiewebcamp summit I've added 30 new shining accounts to: https://webmention.herokuapp.com/ Get Webmentioning!
Liked Alex Kearney’s post “Reflections on Two Years of #Indieweb” on kongaloosh.com
Reflections on Two Years of #Indieweb Today marks two years of #indieweb for me. I've been reflecting on my exp…
Liked Photo of Peter Steinberger Peter Steinberger’s post on Twitter
Love the small refinements in High Sierra. The Apple menu now includes a Lock Screen item (no more extra menu icon) https://t.co/MdAxDDx6ga
Liked Photo of Phil Gyford Phil Gyford’s post on Twitter
Received a suitably grumpy sticker. Thanks @gilest! https://t.co/INtIH8es6u