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Kevin Marks

What if we could verify people on the web, but in a distributed way? I made a browser extension http://www.kevinmarks.com/distributed-verify.html

Kevin Marks

Notes from last night's Homebrew Website Club: http://www.kevinmarks.com/hwc2016-09-21.html

Kevin Marks

“Connection is the whole ball game. And the indie web is a way to do that.” - @artlung http://artlung.com/blog/2016/09/22/thats-what-the-web-is-to-me/

Kevin Marks

I put this in my Known CSS to undo bootstrap greyness

body {color:black;}
.idno-body blockquote {color:black;}
blockquote p {color:black;}
a {color:darkblue;}
.idno-object a {color:darkblue;}
.idno-object a.p-category {color:darkgreen;}
.reply-text p {color:black;}
.reply-text p a {color:darkblue;}

Kevin Marks

they show up as notifications on android, though just that there is a URL nearby

Kevin Marks

Trained English actors, Corff explains, “learn very early on that if they can’t do standard American accents, they will not have an international career. A lot of their training is much more intense than the training in America. So they are studying movement, and they’re studying voice, and they’re studying accents, and fencing—they’re used to the idea of not being so good at something, working a long time, and becoming good at it.”

http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/culturebox/2016/09/why_are_americans_so_bad_at_british_accents_a_dialect_coach_explains.html

Kevin Marks

Distributed verification with rel="me" - demoed on TWiG https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3qFbhdK_mQ&feature=youtu.be&t=1h58m30s

Kevin Marks

Notes from tonight's Homebrew Website Club Silicon Valley: http://www.kevinmarks.com/hwc2016-09-14.html

Kevin Marks

Notes from SF Homebrew Website Club tonight: http://www.kevinmarks.com/hwc2016-09-07.html

Kevin Marks

Is there a way to get people to understand how their networks connect?