Some great insight from Luis Suarez about blogging’s past and future, one of my sources for the WordCamp US talk I’m putting together – The evolution of a blogger (and blogging) 2003-2016. 10th Year Blogiversary – The Unfinished Journey of Blogging and Why It Matters
Something has been lost. Before algorithmic timelines, message length restrictions and mass surveillance there was a more robust world. It’s a distributed world that still lives behind the centralized allure of social networks. It’s a world where every person owns a small part of the internet, where they control their medium and communicate freely. Source: […]
Over the past couple of months, I’ve noticed many complaints from adults with autism that they are tired of non-autistics speaking for them. The fact that I’ve only recently really noticed these complaints doesn’t mean the complaints haven’t been around longer than that, nor does it mean that the complaints aren’t valid. There are many […]
Three and a half years and nearly 250 posts. That’s the life so far of 29 Marbles. And to tell the truth, I’ve run out of new things to write about. Not that there isn’t always something happening in the world related to autism, but like everything else it all seems to happen in cycles. […]
…while I fix the problems I have caused in site layout. Updated: Thank you for your patience and understanding.
My notebooks are littered with scribbles and notes of ideas for blog posts. Unfortunately, many of these ideas have never made it off of paper. If only there were an easy way to post from my quickly written out ideas…. One of the things that caught my eye when going through the things OneNote 2007 […]
Just to let you know, I’m going to be going through some blog maintenance over the next day or two, including an update of the WordPress software and databases and a possible template change (haven’t decided about that one, yet). I’m also planning to import posts from the original …no straight lines… from Blogger, partly […]
Two interesting posts on the question of data ownership, coming from two very different perspectives.
Harold Jarche comes at the question from a “physical” standpoint, as he contemplates the closure of Eduspaces, in his post Own Your Data…. On the other hand, Ton Zijlstra is thinking more about how to control how the data is used. In To (Web2.0) Developers: I Want Control of My Data, I Want to Write My Own Rules, he gives developers his two key reasons.