Thanks for taking a look and for the positive response. A linear, sequential table of contents did not seem at all in keeping with the spirit of the flâneur, a sensibility I tried to maintain throughout the study. Inspired by @debsnet (and with her permission), I developed flânography as a form of ethnography which maintained that spirit … more about that in a later post.
Although I can only claim to be on the periphery of the Indieweb (by association), thinking in terms of flânerie might have something to offer. It is about discovery through pathways of experience which are responsive, rather than being planned in advance. It’s about intermingled, interwoven individuality. [Writing that’s prompted a thought related to the Parkrun I did this morning. Let me just think that through …]