Replied to Zeit Here, Zeit Now: Watching the WWW Wake Up to Container Hosting (bavatuesdays)

Yesterday’s episode was a 25 minute discussion about Now (which I keep calling Zeit Now because the domain is zeit.co/now) which is a hosting environment that makes it dead simple to host Docker containers on the web.

If Tony is four years ahead of Reclaim, I would hate to know how many years I am behind. I have tried to follow your Docker dives Jim, it kind of went over my head at the time. Is this container storage what Dave Winer means by an IndieWeb storage system?
Replied to INTERTEXTrEVOLUTION by Greg McVerryGreg McVerry (jgregorymcverry.com)
For today’s #edu522 #dailyponderance you need to highlight some cool #edtech tools. Give us 3-5 apps or websites we should try in class. (I went easy…I had another idea but would have to describe Fork, PR, commit, and merge conflict….way too much for rainy Saturday).
My five tools I’d suggest are:
– Pocket
– Inoreader
– Trello
– Typely
– Noterlive
Read elaborations here: https://readwriterespond.com/2017/11/workflows/
Replied to Land of 1000 SPLOTs (bavatuesdays)
So, Reclaim Today is a thing. Tim Owens moves so fast it is hard for the rest of us to keep up, but there are officially four episodes of our live video show, and I’ve been in half of them :)…
I am enjoying the new [enter name here]. I was interested in your comment about bookmarking. I feel that I have different solutions set up for different purposes. I guess what is missed in the end is that aren’t they all just a file with a bunch of links. The real challenge that I find is which method would help me to uncover what it is I think I am looking for the most efficiently.

Also wondering, the [enter name here] would look good in a SPLOT?

Originally posted on Read Write Collect

Replied to #EDU522 Launch Videos and Updates: Join an #IndieWeb Blogging 101 Course by Greg McVerryGreg McVerry (jgregorymcverry.com)
The time has arrived and a new breed of educational bloggers will emerge from the ashes of the #EDU522. Having a focus on learning, open pedagogy, and the #indieweb as educators we will spend the next three weeks understanding how to teach with digital tools by trying out new digital tools.
I love what you are putting together here Greg. I am reminded of #walkmyworld work, as well as the Rhizo MOOCS.

Not sure how much I will be contributing, but will definitely be dipping in and out where I can.

Replied to How Do You Find New/Interesting Blogs? by Kicks CondorKicks Condor (kickscondor.com)
Mostly, similar to what coldbrain has said, I find blogs when they are casually mentioned on a blog or comment somewhere. Stuff like blogrolls and directories and such just don’t seem to exist.
I have always found the traditional ‘list’ blogroll as limited and cumbersome. That is why I developed my own template. When I find a new author I add it to my spreadsheet.

I like this in part, but also find the workflow a little annoying. I wish it were more integrated with my site. That is what interests me about Chris Aldrich’s work.

Replied to INTERTEXTrEVOLUTION (jgregorymcverry.com)
I just joined @manton micro.blog community. Been syndicating to micro.blog but with @Twitter API changes announced and the total inaction on approving new dev apps or unsuspending my current syndication application it is clear Twitter won’t be the place for #IndieWeb POSSE model.
Greg, are you syndicating to Twitter from Micro.blog or have you started a hosted blog there?