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Web Annotation: The Web’s Conversation Layer - Lyza Danger Gardner @ Beyond Tellerrand Düsseldorf 2018

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The evolution of Web Annotation mirrors that of the Web itself, in miniature, facing off with some of the same big themes of identity, security, authority and freedom.

Next in line in my series of "thank you" posts is Lyza.

This talk -- or more precisely, the talk's topic -- is far away from the stuff I'm usually dealing with. You know, design, front end, code and applications. And yet, this also something I cherish about Beyond Tellerrand conference: To get a glimpse of what lies, well, beyond the Tellerrand, the own horizon and sometimes ...

The Dangers of Being a Web Developer - Jens Oliver Meiert @ Beyond Tellerrand Düsseldorf 2018

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I've been following Jens' output for over a decade now. Not regulary, but every now and then some of his smart observations and thoughts surface in my information stream.
So I was excited to see his name in the speakers list, and his talk about the pros and cons of being a web worker did resonate with me.

So thank you Jens, for reminding me why I am doing this for two decades now. And again, that I am not alone, even though I often feel isolated when working in clients work, feeling like I ...

Jeremy Keith - Building Blocks of the Indie Web @ View Source Conf

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Brad Frost - Style Gude Best Practices @ Beyond Tellerrand Berlin

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The Power Of Simplicity - Jeremy Keith @ BorderNone Conference, Nuremberg

Hier ist der Abschlussvortrag der Border:None Konferenz in Nürnberg, gehalten von Jeremy Keith, den ich a) sehr mag und der b) sehr viele Dinge rund um das Web et al so sieht wie ich. (Eher umgekehrt natürlich, aber das hat jetzt nicht in den Satzbau reingepasst).

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We're working on increasingly complex websites. There's a tempting to match this growth with increasingly complex solutions. But there's a real value in keeping things simple ... or at least