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My goal? Get people off of Facebook completely, and back onto the open web, where they're in control. I highly recommend Micro.blog as a great place to land! Using https://github.com/cleverdevil/ditchbook, you can even move your data πŸ˜€

 
 

Thrilled to see @manton added experimental support for Indiepaper in Micro.blog! Give it a try, folks, and let me know what you think.

 
 

Checked into Von Ebert Brewing

Micro.blog meetup πŸ”₯

 

Replied to a post on werd.io :

@werd.io well said. After finally deleting my Facebook account, I find myself syndicating less and less to Twitter as well, especially with Micro.blog available as another platform to discover and follow other indie bloggers.

 
 
 

I've started a short-form podcast (a "microcast") at http://cleverca.st. Its hosted on Micro.blog and I've really enjoyed working on it so far. I've already made improvements from episode 1 to 2, especially with sound quality. Check it out!

 
 
 
 
 

The writing has long been on the wall: Twitter is going to destroy its third-party ecosystem. Why? To focus on controlling the entire experience for their proprietary platform. If you haven’t considered the , now is the time. With services like Micro.blog available, it’s now easier than ever to participate in the open social web.

 
 

Everyone welcome my lovely wife @cleverangel to Micro.blog! She's hosted on Micro.blog at her domain http://cleverangel.org.

 
 
 

I've decided to stop syndicating certain types of content to Micro.blog, including Checkins, Replies, and Likes, in favor of keeping those exclusively on my website.

I think it'll make for a more pleasant experience for my followers πŸ‘πŸ»

 

On a related note, Micro.blog is already shaping up to be a lovely platform for sharing and viewing photos. In order. Without ads. Sunlit 2.0 should make it even better.

Now, I just need to make my CMS work better with both πŸ˜€