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In this note, I use my blog to syndicate - as a tweet in my Twitter profile - that I successfully answered to a post over at my Mastodon profile, again using my blog.
Mind: bowling.
Indieweb tech ftw

Testing my blog set up for interaction with the fediverse, via fed.brid.gy, as discovered via this post

#bandsforthedev

Ram(bau)stein

Going to iceland for material.is conf, brb. ✈️
Excited to visit the land of ice and fire, and to explore what the material of the web may be: This is a topic that keeps me busy for nearly two decades now.

For centuries we've worked with wood, metal, glass, ceramic, paper, textiles. More recently, new materials have emerged; plastics, fiberglass, silicon, and more. We understand their limitations, their affordances. We can fold, heat, manipulate and warp some of these materials. But the Internet and the Web are still very new to us. We don't fully understand them as a material.

material.is

Whee.

Ich weiss zwar nicht, was ich brauche, aber ich will jetzt einen Preis, und zwar so, dass ich vergleichen kann.
Dann komme ich wieder und dann wird aber an dem Preis auch nicht mehr gerüttelt, und dann schaue ich mal, was ich eigentlich will.
#kmu

After graduating from Hogwarts, Harry Potter started a carreer in web design.
At first all went well, but after mastering the spells of semantic markup, the transformative power of cascading styles and the elegance of letting go control in unknown spaces, he then encountered a fierce coven: The guys from marketing, sales, and finally, the seo bunch
-- the dev eaters!

... hm. this homebrew club tonite in nuremberg is about websites, not beer -- quite a change to the recent evenings here :-D Currently tweaking my postie/#indieweb workflow: Test, test, one-two. #tollweek

I'm attending Homebrew Website Club Nuremberg #tollweek @tollwerk #indieweb Come and hack some fun with us :-)

Bags are packed for lovely Nuremberg; to work and have a good time with my friends @tollwerk #tollweek I'm both exited and a bit stressed, because when I planned for this off shore gig, it seemed that my own little shop of frontend horrors steered into some kind of summer low, work wise. Which of...