@khurtwilliams have hopes for #ClassicPress as well. Spent some time deep diving into microformats2 today, sooo works for indie businesses, no middle analytics, h-review, h-product. All the tools right in the HTML.You can own your analytics with webmentions. by Greg McVerryGreg McVerry
@khurtwilliams have hopes for #ClassicPress as well. Spent some time deep diving into microformats2 today, sooo works for indie businesses, no middle analytics, h-review, h-product. All the tools right in the HTML. You can own your analytics with webmentions.
@jgmac1106, we don’t own what Google does links don’t work. I have a history with this website, a history that is broken if I move links to a subdomain, which I can’t do anyway.

I don’t understand what you mean by “no middle analytics, h-review, h-product” and “You can own your analytics with webmentions.”

The Divide Between Silicon Valley and Washington Is a National-Security Threat by Amy Zegart, Kevin Childs (The Atlantic)
In the past year, Google executives, citing ethical concerns, have canceled an artificial-intelligence project with the Pentagon and refused to even bid on the Defense Department’s Project JEDI, a desperately needed $10 billion IT-improvement program. While stiff-arming Washington, Google has been embracing Beijing, helping the Chinese government develop a more effective censored search engine despite outcries from human-rights groups, American politicians, and, more recently, its own employees.
Via Ben Brooks