A personal blog by Khürt Williams, with imagery, and inchoate ramblings on coffee, beer, and geekery.
And borrowing almost verbatim from Chris Aldrich:
I use this website as my primary hub for online presence and communication. I try to follow the principles of the IndieWeb movement by publishing on my own site and owning all of my own data. When I participate in social silos (Facebook, Twitter, Google, etc.), I post here first and syndicate duplicates out to them (POSSE). These posts either originate from here or my social stream. You’re welcome to subscribe to or consume them in any manner or on any platform you prefer.
A lot of people see thinking more than a few minutes as a waste of time, but this viewpoint is shortsighted and flawed. While it might take me 30 minutes to come to the same conclusion that you come to in 5, I'll likely have a better idea of the nuances of the situation, including which variables matter the most. I'll know what to watch for and I'll know how to frame things for other people to appeal to their interests. Not only will collaboration take less time, but I'll make fewer mistakes. That's the real advantage.