Liked 5 years later by Manton Reece (manton.org)
This week 5 years ago, I was winding down the last few days at my regular job. It was a great job working with great people, but I knew I had to move on to be able to create Micro.blog. In a blog post on my last day at the job, I wrote about starting over and the hope for what would come next. The y...
Liked Outlet (adactio.com)
While you’re stuck inside, your website is not just a place you can go to, it’s a place you can control, a place you can maintain, a place you can tidy up, a place you can expand. Most of all, it’s a place you can lose yourself in, even if it’s just for a little while.

I love this.

Listened 78: Amanda Rush, aka @arush from monday.micro.blog
This week’s guest, Amanda Rush is a web developer and accessibility practitioner who loves to cook and read. She also loves the IndieWeb movement and Micro.blog. Of her own blog, she says: I want to own all my content and have control over it, and to that end I am constantly updating this site so ...
Liked Moving Away From Social Media by Casey Hanson (caseyhansen.micro.blog)
Over the last several months, I’ve really tried to figure out what social media brings me value-wise. It’s clear that it helps with connection, and it’s nice to stay up-to-date on events or other things that might interest me. But that’s where the fun stops. It’s also a source of anxiety, ...
Liked Known 1.0 out of the door! by Marcus PoveyMarcus Povey (marcus-povey.co.uk)
https://www.marcus-povey.co.uk/wp-content/IzqGaQEL.png Well, the clocks have gone back, and the nights are drawing in. If you’re anything like me, this means you just want to find somewhere warm to curl up in until spring. But before you do, I would just like to point you to the fact that Known 1....

Congratulations to all involved in getting to this stage. I’m more than happy to keep contributing a few quid every month to keep development going despite not using my Known installation as much as I’d like to.