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I was working on my plan when Vanessa called and asked if I wanted to meet for a coffee. Of course, I said y…
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4 days ago by mgifford
Twitter
Blog post: Reclaiming my blog as my thought space
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9 days ago by electroponix
Saving Links to My Site With a Bookmarklet - TimKadlec.com
Tim with an excellent overview of how he posts links to his site via a bookmarklet and the GitHub API.
posse  indieweb 
11 days ago by beep
To PESOS or to POSSE? | Dries Buytaert
A really good piece by Dries about personal publishing models for your own content and snippets.

(hat tip Jeremy Keith)
DriesBuytaert  indieweb  posse  facebook  twitter  publishing  web  linkfodder 
12 days ago by vanderwal
Twitter
Chaque blog lancé sur un domaine perso est une petite victoire contre la centralisation !
POSSE  from twitter_favs
november 2017 by xtof
POSSE
"POSSE is an abbreviation for Publish (on your) Own Site, Syndicate Elsewhere, a content publishing model that starts with posting content on your own domain first, then syndicating out copies to 3rd party services with permashortlinks back to the original on your site."
POSSE  IndieWeb 
july 2017 by nhoizey
IndieMark
"IndieMark is a set of metrics for measuring the indieweb-ness of a site, and a step-by-step approach to incrementally adopting indieweb features on your site."
IndieWeb  POSSE 
july 2017 by nhoizey
POSSE - IndieWeb
POSSE is an abbreviation for Publish (on your) Own Site, Syndicate Elsewhere, a content publishing model that starts with posting content on your own domain first, then syndicating out copies to 3rd party services with permashortlinks back to the original on your site. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  content  distribution  indie  mode  model  posse  publishing  social 
june 2017 by jburkunk
The role of a “Posse” in higher education | Harvard Magazine
Within a year, at 23, she had started the foundation as “just an idea.” Vanderbilt’s Peabody College “took a chance on a program with no track record,” she says, and accepted five New York City students in 1989—“And the idea worked. That first group of kids was incredible.” For the next decade, Bial and a small team focused on designing the “dynamic assessment” tool and a pre-collegiate program for successful applicants, then added new partners—Brandeis, Middlebury, and DePauw, among them. (During this time the foundation officially incorporated, with Michael Ainslie, M.B.A. ’68, as the inaugural board chairman.) Bial herself returned to school in 1995, earning a master’s degree, and later her doctorate, at Harvard while simultaneously fine-tuning the foundation. In 1999, she began replicating the Posse model, opening a second office in Boston.
vanderbilt  peabody  posse  ainslie  alumni 
june 2017 by kbrobeck

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