Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve, Princeton, New Jersey
"Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve, Princeton, New Jersey” — 31 October 2015 — Apple iPhone 6 + iPhone 6 back camera 4.15mm f/2.2 @ f/2.2, ISO 32

Mentions

A place to stick all the webmentions.

92 comments

  1. I logged into Monocle and immediately got this.
    Error There was a problem trying to load the channels from your Microsub endpoint. Microsub endpoint: https://aperture.p3k.io/microsub/98 Your website: https://islandinthenet.com/ The endpoint returned the following response. { “code”: 403, “header”: “HTTP/1.1 403 ForbiddenrnServer: nginx/1.14.0rnContent-Type: application/jsonrnTransfer-Encoding: chunkedrnConnection: keep-alivernX-Powered-By: PHP/7.2.7-1+ubuntu16.04.1+deb.sury.org+1rnCache-Control: no-cache, privaternDate: Tue, 21 Aug 2018 21:49:55 GMT”, “body”: { “error”: “forbidden”, “error_description”: “The token endpoint could not verify this access token”, “token_endpoint”: { “url”: “https://islandinthenet.com/wp-json/indieauth/1.0/token”, “code”: 400, “response”: “{“error”:”parameter_absent”,”error_description”:”Bearer Token Not Supplied”}” } }, “error”: “”, “error_description”: “”, “url”: “https://aperture.p3k.io/microsub/98?action=channels”, “debug”: “HTTP/1.1 403 ForbiddenrnServer: nginx/1.14.0rnContent-Type: application/jsonrnTransfer-Encoding: chunkedrnConnection: keep-alivernX-Powered-By: PHP/7.2.7-1+ubuntu16.04.1+deb.sury.org+1rnCache-Control: no-cache, privaternDate: Tue, 21 Aug 2018 21:49:55 GMTrnrn{“error”:”forbidden”,”error_description”:”The token endpoint could not verify this access token”,”token_endpoint”:{“url”:”https:\/\/islandinthenet.com\/wp-json\/indieauth\/1.0\/token”,”code”:400,”response”:”{\”error\”:\”parameter_absent\”,\”error_description\”:\”Bearer Token Not Supplied\”}”}}”, “headers”: { “Server”: “nginx/1.14.0”, “Content-Type”: “application/json”, “Transfer-Encoding”: “chunked”, “Connection”: “keep-alive”, “X-Powered-By”: “PHP/7.2.7-1+ubuntu16.04.1+deb.sury.org+1”, “Cache-Control”: “no-cache, private”, “Date”: “Tue, 21 Aug 2018 21:49:55 GMT” }, “rels”: [] } Loading…

  2. Over the past several years I’ve written a broad number of pieces about the IndieWeb. I find that many people are now actively searching for, reading, and implementing various versions of what I’ve done, particularly on the WordPress Platform.
    Because of some discussions at IndieWebCamp Baltimore, work I’m doing on my related book, interactions with Aaron Davis and Khürt Williams, and even Michael Bishop’s forthcoming IndieWeb WordPress platform/resource, I’ve decided that it’s time to conglomerate a handful of these articles into a single page or collection to make finding and reading them in some sort of order a bit easier.
    In many cases, people searching relevant pages on the IndieWeb wiki will hopefully find many of these articles and pieces also linked there or with short snippets of documentation as well. For those implementing things on their own websites, I heartily recommend the wiki as a first resource to see how others have done things and for examples of user interface and interaction. Caveat emptor: Just because I’ve done something in a particular way is a poor excuse to replicate it, and even then I’m always iterating, so your mileage may vary.
    Introductory Articles

    An Introduction to the IndieWeb (07/28/17)

    Defining the IndieWeb (06/15/18)

    Setting up WordPress for IndieWeb use (video tutorial/walkthrough)
    A pencast overview (with audio and recorded visual diagrams) of IndieWeb technologies

    A New Way to “Know and Master Your Social Media Flow” (4/11/17)

    How many social media related accounts can one person have on the web?! (10/17/16)

    Feed reader revolution (6/9/17)
    Webmentions (Article coming soon)
    Micropub (Article coming soon)

    RSS Feeds on BoffoSocko.com (12/18/16) – differentiating feeds and limiting posts for email subscribers

    The Story of My Domain (05/13/18)

    Buzzfeed implements the IndieWeb concept of backfeed to limit filter bubbles (2/20/17) – Some thoughts on comments sections and backfeed

    An IndieWeb Podcast
    Beginning in early 2018, David Shanske and I began recording episodes of a podcast focusing on various IndieWeb concepts. The series can be found here.
    Plugin specific articles

    Post Kinds Plugin for WordPress (8/11/17)

    Manually adding a new post kind to the Post Kinds Plugin for WordPress (06/06/2018)

    Allowing arbitrary HTML in the Summary/Quote field in the Post Kinds Plugin (06/08/2018)

    Creating a tag cloud directory for the Post Kinds Plugin on WordPress (7/16/18)

    Using Facepiles in Comments for WordPress with Webmentions and Semantic Linkbacks (10/6/17)

    Threaded Replies and Comments with Webmentions in WordPress (12/15/17)

    Browser Bookmarklets and Mobile Sharing with Post Kinds Plugin for WordPress (1/10/17)

    Occasional WordPress Plugin Suite articles

    Reads, Listens, Watches, and Editable Webmention Types and Avatars in the IndieWeb WordPress Suite (05/31/18)

    Replies with introductory content

    POSSE and PESOS on the IndieWeb (11/19/17)

    Setting up IndieWeb replies in WordPress (9/17/17)

    Particular Post Kinds and Pages
    Pages

    Social Media Accounts and Links
    Mentions Page
    Following Page
    Supporting Page
    Favorite Things
    Ask me anything

    Reading

    Webmention + Books = BookMention (6/6/16)

    A New Reading Post-type for Bookmarking and Reading Workflow (8/22/16)

    Owning my Online Reading Status Updates (11/20/16) – a PESOS-based method involving Reading.am and IFTTT

    PressForward as an IndieWeb WordPress-based RSS Feed Reader & Pocket/Instapaper Replacement (12/31/16)

    Early notes on PressForward for read posts (12/17/16)

    Transitioning from Pocket to PressForward (2/26/2017)
    a note on reading UI

    An update to read posts for physical books (12/11/17)

    Thoughts on linkblogs, bookmarks, reads, likes, favorites, follows, and related links (3/10/2018)

    Marginalia, notes, highlights, fragmentions

    BoffoSocko.com Now Supports Fragmentions! (7/21/15)

    Hypothes.is and the IndieWeb (6/17/16) – Explorations with annotations and marginalia

    Notes, Highlights, and Marginalia: From E-books to Online (10/24/16)

    Some thoughts on fragmentions (1/5/17)

    Un-Annotated by Audrey Watters (Hack Education) (5/10/17) – an example of highlights and marginalia on an exterior post with PressForward, Hypothesis, and my site.

    Reply to Annotating Web Audio by Jon Udell (1/7/18)

    Fragmentions for Better Highlighting and Direct References on the Web (1/23/18)

    Some thoughts on highlights and marginalia with examples (6/21/18)

    An Outline for Using Hypothesis for Owning your Annotations and Highlights (6/23/18)

    A reply to Ian O’Byrne on annotations (7/6/18)

    Blogroll Experiments

    The beginnings of a blogroll (6/26/17)

    OPML files for categories within WordPress’s Links Manager (11/13/17)

    Silo related
    Twitter related

    @Mentions from Twitter to My Website (4/15/17) – An outline of how I used Indieweb technology to let Twitter users send @mentions to me on my own website.

    Two alternatives to #WomenBoycottTwitter that don’t rely on women’s silencing by Zoe Stavri (Another Angry Woman) – reverse gamifying Twitter

    How to Own & Display Your Twitter Archive on Your Website in Under 10 Minutes (12/5/16)

    Reply to Creating an Archive of a Set of Tweets by Aaron Davis (12/12/17)

    Adding Simple Twitter Response Buttons to WordPress Posts (12/24/17)

    Threaded conversations between WordPress and Twitter (07/02/18)

    Other silos

    Instagram Single Photo Bookmarklet (8/28/16)

    Mastodon.Social isn’t as Federated or as Decentralized as the Indie Web (4/5/17)

    Bye-bye, Google+ — but what next? by John Carlos Baez (Google+) (4/19/17) – thoughts on Mastodon, micro.blog, and IndieWeb

    Title-less Status Updates for Micro.blog (5/4/17)

    The Facebook Algorithm Mom Problem(7/11/17)

    Enabling two way communication with WordPress and GitHub for Issues (3/3/18)

    Miscellaneous experiments / Posts with Resources

    Today is My Third IndieWeb Anniversary (4/25/17)- a synopsis of changes I’ve made in the past year

    Comment on Supporting Digital Identities in School by Christina Smith (Read Write Respond) (1/5/18)

    Give your web presence a more personal identity (10/26/16) – Photos on WordPress with Gravatar

    I’m apparently the king of the microformat rel=”me” (6/24/17)

    Reply to doesn’t link back by Khürt Williams (Island in the Net) (12/3/17) – practical notes on rel=”me”

    IndieWeb and Education (3/29/17)

    Person tagging experiment (12/09/17)

    Reply to Annotating Web Audio by Jon Udell (1/7/18)

    RSVP to an event (11/30/17)

    Reply to Aggregating the Decentralized Social Web by Jason Green (þoht-hord) (11/30/17) – philosophy on social web and networks

    Practical thoughts on h-cards (11/23/17)

    Journalism

    The IndieWeb and Journalism (1/13/17) – Some thoughts about how journalists could improve their online presences with IndieWeb principles along with a mini-case study of a site that is employing some of these ideas.

    A journalism wiki stub for IndieWeb (7/6/17)

    Creating an archive of my online writing, from 2002-2017 by Richard MacManus (richardmacmanus.com) (7/12/17)

    IndieWeb Journalism in the Wild (John Naughton example)

    Other Miscellaneous

    IndieWeb Summit 2018 Recap(07/07/2018)

    Syndicated copies to:


  3. I asked you for links! And maybe five
    people said, Hey, sure. (Who doesn’t want a link to them??)
    I also hit up Hacker News. And
    that went better. I don’t really see any of these links as being outside of my
    filter bubble—might need to crawl Neocities next!
    But hey. It’s great! I wanted to play with a directory format for these links. And here is my
    result. I’m starting with a simple three-column format, cribbed from the reviews
    in the back of Zine World.
    Thankyou for letting me link to you!

    Home Pages

    It’s Krish A nice, colorful little home page with
    some longish essays on culture, the Internet and the future. I was wondering
    if this sort of encapsulated personal home page existed—and it does! I
    personally REALLY like that Krish has organized the articles on the site into
    a little directory. Often a blog is simply the most recent things and that
    may not be a good starting point for discovering someone. #creativity #personal

    Blogs

    Alexander Ellis Nicely spare and
    minimal. One year old. A good number of useful, detailed tutorials on Arduino,
    JavaScript and other programming projects. Many posts are titled “Investigating X”
    and have the feel of a Jupyter notebook REPL. #curiosity #javascript

    The Daily Flywheel Manga, office work dynamics,
    goals and such. The author apologizes for a default WordPress design and also notes
    that it’s “a personal blog not targeted towards public consumption.” However, I
    found myself engrossed by reading someone’s detailed personal thoughts. I say
    “someone” because the author does not reveal a name. I very much approve!
    #manga #personal

    Island in the Net Going back at least a decade,
    this is a rather enormous blog of photography, beer reviews and a myriad of posts
    on tech and culture. The beer and photography sections (and the “beertography”, of
    course) are very impressive in their layout. While browsing the photos, I thought
    that it’s been a long time since I’ve had a window into someone’s life like this.
    On Instagram, I’ve become used to seeing a groomed pictosummary of someone’s life.
    To see hundreds of their pictures is to really feel like you’re looking through
    their eyes. #beer #photography #indieweb

    Mann Brand-new blog of esoteric software knowledge.
    While posts like Lessons Learned Writing Unit Tests fit into my head, Continuous
    Delivery With AWS Beanstalk, CodePipeline and Terraform
    certainly didn’t—there’s
    a specific sort of programmer that must be drawn to this information. I hope you
    find Mann! The layout of the blog posts with the table of contents on the side is very
    clean and useful. #cloud #code

    Olgica Djuric Welcome Olgica! There is but a single post on this
    new blog (along with a few book recommendations). I love lengthy blogposts (“tl;dr”
    should simply not be an expression), so I’m looking forward to further posts on
    chess, building things and life in Serbia. #new #software

    P83 Peter’s stream of updates on a variety of Indieweb
    (and specifically Ekster) development. I was certainly disappointed that the
    article “Micropub for a Static Neocities Website” didn’t have more! A wealth of
    bookmarks (and some are in the likes area as well.) #code #indieweb

    Rambling Git This blog is a great example of why
    I’m doing these hrefhunts (there will be more.) While the blog is very spare on
    design, Brad’s thoughts on the structure of the web are fantastic. Reading these
    posts really made me realize that there is much to do beyond Google and Reddit.
    In fact, it motivated me to go hrefhunting as an experiment: perhaps small,
    personal directories are part of the antidote. Brad’s posts on webrings, DuckDuckGo
    and web directories are top notch. #indieweb #discovery

    Read Write Collect A tremendously
    active hub of bookmarks, comments and presentations—primarily on education,
    the Internet and the state of the World. I really appreciate the quotes cited in
    each link. I’m a teacher and I’m always looking for a good community out there.
    #education #links #indieweb

    Sen’s Dev (and Non-Dev) Diary A Github
    repo as a blog. I particularly like that drafts and scraps of articles are posted
    as-is. Having metadata posted at the beginning of each blog entry without a blog
    software to process it is amusing. #personal #software

    Taylor D. Edmiston A Python community blogger,
    focused on startups and a software called Apache Airflow. Interesting to see the
    Pokémon GO strategy article! I had no idea such information was being trafficked.
    #startups #tech

    Zach Oglesby It looks like this is a blog using
    Known, a blog software I’ve been curious about. Mostly status updates and photos,
    this is a good look at what an independent presence looks like these days. The
    bookmarks section is heavily used and contains a lot of great material. #microblog
    #profile

    Podcasts

    Car Bomb Podcast A cast of ten or twelve
    people rotate in to discuss pop culture and gaming, beer and basically anything that
    they think is worth mocking or praising. The episode on “The Odds” stirred
    nostalgia—I used to play that all the time. #beer #culture

  4. I asked you for links! And maybe five
    people said, Hey, sure. (Who doesn’t want a link to them??)
    I also hit up Hacker News. And
    that went better. I don’t really see any of these links as being outside of my
    filter bubble—might need to crawl Neocities next!
    But hey. It’s great! I wanted to play with a directory format for these links. And here is my
    result. I’m starting with a simple three-column format, cribbed from the reviews
    in the back of Zine World.
    Thankyou for letting me link to you!

    Home Pages

    It’s Krish A nice, colorful little home page with
    some longish essays on culture, the Internet and the future. I was wondering
    if this sort of encapsulated personal home page existed—and it does! I
    personally REALLY like that Krish has organized the articles on the site into
    a little directory. Often a blog is simply the most recent things and that
    may not be a good starting point for discovering someone. #creativity #personal

    Blogs

    Alexander Ellis Nicely spare and
    minimal. One year old. A good number of useful, detailed tutorials on Arduino,
    JavaScript and other programming projects. Many posts are titled “Investigating X”
    and have the feel of a Jupyter notebook REPL. #curiosity #javascript

    The Daily Flywheel Manga, office work dynamics,
    goals and such. The author apologizes for a default WordPress design and also notes
    that it’s “a personal blog not targeted towards public consumption.” However, I
    found myself engrossed by reading someone’s detailed personal thoughts. I say
    “someone” because the author does not reveal a name. I very much approve!
    #manga #personal

    Island in the Net Going back at least a decade,
    this is a rather enormous blog of photography, beer reviews and a myriad of posts
    on tech and culture. The beer and photography sections (and the “beertography”, of
    course) are very impressive in their layout. While browsing the photos, I thought
    that it’s been a long time since I’ve had a window into someone’s life like this.
    On Instagram, I’ve become used to seeing a groomed pictosummary of someone’s life.
    To see hundreds of their pictures is to really feel like you’re looking through
    their eyes. #beer #photography #indieweb

    Mann Brand-new blog of esoteric software knowledge.
    While posts like Lessons Learned Writing Unit Tests fit into my head, Continuous
    Delivery With AWS Beanstalk, CodePipeline and Terraform
    certainly didn’t—there’s
    a specific sort of programmer that must be drawn to this information. I hope you
    find Mann! The layout of the blog posts with the table of contents on the side is very
    clean and useful. #cloud #code

    Olgica Djuric Welcome Olgica! There is but a single post on this
    new blog (along with a few book recommendations). I love lengthy blogposts (“tl;dr”
    should simply not be an expression), so I’m looking forward to further posts on
    chess, building things and life in Serbia. #new #software

    P83 Peter’s stream of updates on a variety of Indieweb
    (and specifically Ekster) development. I was certainly disappointed that the
    article “Micropub for a Static Neocities Website” didn’t have more! A wealth of
    bookmarks (and some are in the likes area as well.) #code #indieweb

    Rambling Git This blog is a great example of why
    I’m doing these hrefhunts (there will be more.) While the blog is very spare on
    design, Brad’s thoughts on the structure of the web are fantastic. Reading these
    posts really made me realize that there is much to do beyond Google and Reddit.
    In fact, it motivated me to go hrefhunting as an experiment: perhaps small,
    personal directories are part of the antidote. Brad’s posts on webrings, DuckDuckGo
    and web directories are top notch. #indieweb #discovery

    Read Write Collect A tremendously
    active hub of bookmarks, comments and presentations—primarily on education,
    the Internet and the state of the World. I really appreciate the quotes cited in
    each link. I’m a teacher and I’m always looking for a good community out there.
    #education #links #indieweb

    Sen’s Dev (and Non-Dev) Diary A Github
    repo as a blog. I particularly like that drafts and scraps of articles are posted
    as-is. Having metadata posted at the beginning of each blog entry without a blog
    software to process it is amusing. #personal #software

    Taylor D. Edmiston A Python community blogger,
    focused on startups and a software called Apache Airflow. Interesting to see the
    Pokémon GO strategy article! I had no idea such information was being trafficked.
    #startups #tech

    Zach Oglesby It looks like this is a blog using
    Known, a blog software I’ve been curious about. Mostly status updates and photos,
    this is a good look at what an independent presence looks like these days. The
    bookmarks section is heavily used and contains a lot of great material. #microblog
    #profile

    Podcasts

    Car Bomb Podcast A cast of ten or twelve
    people rotate in to discuss pop culture and gaming, beer and basically anything that
    they think is worth mocking or praising. The episode on “The Odds” stirred
    nostalgia—I used to play that all the time. #beer #culture

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