This month marks five years since I started organising Homebrew Website Club London. I spent some time looking back over how it all started and survives to this day, even through the challenges of a global pandemic.
A decade-end review of my life to date seems almost too much to achieve in a digestible short read but here we go!"
20 October 2019 12:10 BST
Today I'm at IndieWebCamp Brighton hack day ..so prepare for some random, meaningless test posts from my website as I stray from my main front-end capabilities and attempt to make significant live changes to my CMS back-end
🛏 IndieWeb followers: who's going to IndieWebCamp Brighton next month, looking to share an Airbnb?
09 August 2019 11:08 BST
📢 Heads up to all those interested in open web services, software, and technologies to empower yourself, IndieWeb and BarCamp events: IndieWebCamp Brighton is returning this October 19th-20th and registration is now open! ✏️ https://indieweb.org/2019/Brighton
A little over three years since I first learnt about the IndieWeb movement I’ve grown to understand and participate further in its purpose: to bring people together in developing their own websites and control the content they author.