Posts tagged "indieweb"

Three examples of annotations, bookmarking, & sharing in my digital commonplace book

I've been experimenting with some IndieWeb philosophies and tools on this site, but more importantly on my breadcrumbs website. My breadcrumbs website is my digital commonplace book. This is inspired by the website philosophy & structure developed by Chris Aldrich. My purpose is to switch up my relationship with others and social media networks while doing more to own…

What is IndieWeb & why should you care?

If you're a regular reader of this blog and my social feeds, you've noticed the topic of the "IndieWeb" showing up quite a bit. Chris Aldrich has an excellent post defining the IndieWeb that I recommend you checking out if you really want to understand what this all means. Aldrich indicates: In broadest terms I…

Interviewing my digital domains

Alan Levine recently posted a series of questions to help others think through some of thoughts and motivations as we develop and maintain a domain of our own. I've written a lot about this in the past, and I'll try to include some links to content/posts as I respond to the prompts. This is a…

Blogging, small-b, Big B

I've written quite a bit about blogging, and my creation of open education resources over the past on this website. A lot has changed in my blogging habits, and general digital identity construction since those posts. Most of the response that I get from colleagues, students, and tenure committees is "why in the world would…