Web developer and Studio Lead at Deloitte Digital in Düsseldorf, Germany.
I'm doing this thing again where I am collecting more articles and books to read than actual doing any reading.
Just wanted to say it here today for everyone reading this: THANK YOU to everyone who is contributing or using anything related to the #IndieWeb. You are all heroes and wonderful human beings in my eyes!
Reading "Weaving The Web" by Tim Berners Lee on his history of creating the WWW and he mentions his encounter with Ted Nelson in 1992. Looked up the state of Xanadu and found this video of Ted. Wondering that his vision of how we can access and handle digital documents away from the "paper-plain" will some day become reality. Was wondering if Chris Aldrich would have written something about these ideas and just recently he did.
I've set up Delta.Chat on Windows 10 and my Android phone (F-Droid) and got one person to test this with. Why did I not hear of this before? It's really cool how it extends the e-mail accounts we - probably- all already have. Reading more about the features it has here: https://
The children's books "Elephant & Piggie" by Mo Willems are highly recommended. My three year old loves them. We got the full 25 issue box set for Christmas and have been reading one or two of them to him every night now.
As a tech journalist for the website The Verge, Casey Newton established himself as something of a Silicon Valley institution. Known for a mix of original reporting and gimlet-eyed analysis, his writing has become essential reading for those who want to better understand the industry. internet, journalism, social media, syndicated