commonplace book (IndieWeb Wiki)
A Commonplace book (or commonplaces) are a way to compile and store knowledge, usually by writing information into books, notebooks, card catalogs, or in more modern settings on one's own website.

I’ve been doing this for nearly 20 years (documenting stuff on my blog), in various capacities and with mixed regularity, and this is the first time I’ve heard of this term. Every day is a learning day ?

Crying Wolf Over Conservative Censorship from Techdirt
You’ve heard the uproar — conservatives are being censored on social media! But… are they? The short answer is no. The long answer is this week’s podcast, with Lincoln Network policy head Zach Graves joining us for a discussion about the misinformation, hyperbole and general ridiculousness surrounding supposed social media bias.

I signed up to Proton Mail today, as the first step in a push to de-Googlefy* myself, amongst other “silo quits” I’m hoping to do this year. Email is a very minor part of my online life, but it’s part of the foundations, so it makes sense to move this first.

So begins the long process of switching over various accounts to use the new address. I’m not planning on switching everything – for example, I’ll not use it for anything social media related. A couple of important accounts have already switched, and apart from a few… oddities… as apps updated their cached details, these switches have gone smoothly enough.

* It won’t be a complete removal, unfortunately… for a bunch of disperate but important reasons I’ll need to keep the account open for the time being. Hopefully next year I can cut free entirely.

Autonomie WordPress Theme (GitHub)
"Autonomie" is a highly semantic, responsive, accessible and search engine optimized WordPress Theme. It provides HTML5 templates refined with microformats, microformats v2 and microdata ...

A really nice, IndieWeb-compatible, WordPress theme by Matthias. If I wasn’t developing K (albeit, that’s slowed down recently due to outside factors), or if I was still looking for an “out of the box” experience, I’d probably be using this.

I’m not getting the finish and smoothness I want with this Magus, so I think I’m going to use it as a colour scheme sketch and start over. It doesn’t help that my eyes are really struggling to focus on details today ?

I’m trying to pick up a project I first worked on a year ago, and it’s a) fasciniating, and b) mystifying. I think that because I dind’t expect to leave it for so long, I’ve not documented how I’d got to the stage I was at, or what my intentions were. Was I still in the exploratory stage, or had I picked a direction? Did I understand what I was trying to do, or had I got things wrong?

Based on what I’m looking at right now, I’m tempted to start over.