I shared recently that I’m going through some Big Life Stuff. Big Life Stuff that I can’t really talk about in detail as they involve other people’s stories.
It’s been an exercise in getting through difficult times.
I’ve learned so much from it already.
This is part 1 of at least a 4 part series about the IndieWeb and my involvement with it so far. I hope it presents both some technical aspects of the IndieWeb but more so introduces how the IndieWeb experience is personal and is shaped by each individual.
I noticed a few days ago that professor and writer John Naughton not only has his own website but that he's posting both his own content to it as well as (excerpted) content he's writing for other journalistic outlets, lately in his case for The Guardian. This is awesome for so many reasons.
There is a rapidly growing group of writers and journalists who have been joining the Indieweb movement, and it's long overdue to create a list of resources specific to the topic to help out ourselves and others in the future.
Austin Kleon doesn’t glamorize creative work. It’s hard. (Hence, the “work.”) But the bestselling author has found ways to stay the course in the face of burnout, self-doubt, and yes, even raising children. He shares his wisdom in his new book Keep Going, which comes out tomorrow. Today, he talks to us about how he parents.