Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

Liked Aaron Parecki Aaron Parecki’s post “Emoji Avatars for My Website” on aaronparecki.com
My previous avatar was almost 3 years old, and I was getting tired of it. I decided to replace my avatar on my website for my IndieWebCamp Austin hack day project. But if you know me, you know I can't do anything the easy way. For my hack day project…
Liked Sebastiaan Andeweg Sebastiaan Andeweg’s post “Three things about Readers during IndieW…” on seblog.nl
Oh IndieWebCamp. You come with a few things you want to for your own website, then you do some completely other things, and after that you leave with an even longer list of things to do for your own website. This year is marked as the ‘Year of the Re…
Liked Calum Ryan Calum Ryan’s post “Congratulations Barry good luck with the…” on calumryan.com
Congratulations Barry good luck with the new job!
Liked Aaron Parecki Aaron Parecki’s post “Building an IndieWeb Reader” on aaronparecki.com
Over the last several months, I've been slowly putting the pieces in place to be able to build a solid indieweb reader. Today, I feel like I finally have enough in place to consider this functional enough that I am now using it every day! One…
Liked Brendan Dawes Brendan Dawes’s post on Twitter
Really like Webmentions and how it works especially when used with http://brid.gy https://indieweb.org/Webmentionhttps://twitter.com/i/web/status/973152828104630272
Liked jr’s post “test note post 05jan2018 i created this…” on sawv.org
test note post 05jan2018 i created this post at sawv.org. the original post contained only the above line. but i'm attempting to update this post and add this line at micropublish.net. i chose the "edit all" button. it worked!!! using the micropubl…
Liked Calum Ryan Calum Ryan’s post “JSON'd up my short posts feed and ported…” on calumryan.com
JSON'd up my short posts feed and ported over to micro.blog https://micro.blog/calumryan
Liked Colin Walker Colin Walker’s post “Learning from the past” on colinwalker.blog
There was a quick conversation on micro.blog about RSS triggered by a post from Jason Dettbarn which, in turn, was in response to David Sparks' "The case for RSS." The upshot was that Google Reader was both the standard bearer and pall bearer for RSS…
Liked Calum Ryan Calum Ryan’s post “Depending on the centralized web of cont…” on calumryan.com
Depending on the centralized web of content silos to store, control and monitor your data as they please isn't necessarily a good thing for the open web in the long term. Join me and others supporting IndieWeb. Original post syndicated from https://…
Liked Greg Greg’s post “Finally made some updates to this websit…” on unrelenting.technology
Finally made some updates to this website! On the surface, slightly refreshed design (single column). Under the hood, the Haskell part is now build with GHC 8.2 and the database is upgraded to Postgres 10. Also, a new section: KnowledgeBase. It's kin…
Liked Sebastian Lasse ن Sebastian Lasse ن’s post on Twitter
Centralized POTUS becomes censored in a Silo + FB helps AfD bastards + bots manipulate + WhatsApp is down++ time for https://indieweb.org/2017/Berlin
Liked GlobalDatingInsights GlobalDatingInsights’s post on Twitter
Company @venntro has posted a new article on its developer blog detailing how the company organises remote working http://ow.ly/oeIT30fXWFU
Liked Colin Walker Colin Walker’s post “Blogging from the Mac” on colinwalker.blog
My phone is really my PC - that’s Primary Computer - and, as I’ve written numerous times, that’s where I do just about everything including 99.9% of my blogging, image manipulations and even coding. While I have an iPad I almost never use it; the pho…
Liked Paul Bowsher Paul Bowsher’s post on Twitter
Why am I even bothering to watch this #ENGSVK
Liked JC102 JC102’s post “You can put your ODBC where the sun don'…” on Twitter
You can put your ODBC where the sun don't shine mate!