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@IndieWebSummit Hey, guys! I won't be able to make it to Portland and will try to join remotely. I'd like to hand over my ticket, if you can. Thanks!

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Yes: Heading to the IndieWeb summit in Portland this weekend. See you guys there!

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Reposted Trump Administration Quietly Rolls Back Civil Rights Efforts Across Federal Government

Previously unannounced directives will limit the Department of Justice’s use of a storied civil rights enforcement tool, and loosen the Department of Education’s requirements on investigations.

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Liked R2AK 2017 Day 4

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Reposted Oats Studios - Volume 1 - Rakka

Rakka is the first short film from Oats Studios.

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Liked Tom Morris's post on tommorris.org

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Checked into SoDo MakerSpace

I'm at the front desk at SoDo MakerSpace! Come get a tour of the machines, see some cool projects in progress, and learn about building your own projects here!

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Liked Chris Aldrich's Today is My Third Indieweb Anniversary

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Homebrew Website Club Seattle Wrap-up

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Homebrew Website Club Seattle 2017/04/19

A small, but successful Homebrew Website Club for Seattle.  I worked on some copy for the Northwest Wind & Surf site and Jovie worked on her performer website: joviedevoe.com

I also wrote up some ideas for a worker-owned technology co-operative to pitch some friends in Seattle.  I think there's an opportunity here in Seattle to support social good and community with great web developers.  I'd like to get connected to more people in the co-op community.  We could also work on building platform co-ops to benefit workers and the community instead of hoarding it in Silicon Valley.

Hope to see more people at the next HWC in two weeks!

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Updated Jovie DeVoe's website at the Homebrew Website Club Seatte!

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Reposted Gorging on the social internet

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Thanks, Chris! I'm hoping to join the IWC in Bellingham, too. I think Seattle will be a good addition to the HWC roster. I'm working on getting the word out.

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I was thinking in the same vein. What about "slow software" with the purpose of being good for us - not just VC-funded hotness?

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Homebrew Website Club Seattle

Build your personal website - or learn how!

Location: Cupcake Royale in West Seattle (C Line to Alaska Junction, cross the street)

Time:

Ends:

Create or update your personal website! Our goal is to share and motivate each another. We want to grow the community in an inclusive, positive way by helping each other:

- Finish that blog post you’ve been working on.
- Demo recent IndieWeb breakthroughs.
- Share what you've got working on your site.
- Ask the experts questions.

Any questions? Ask in chat: https://indieweb.org/irc/today#bottom

Optional quiet writing hour starts at 5:30.

More information: https://indieweb.org/events/2017-04-19-homebrew-website-club

Did you find this event too late? Visit https://indieweb.org/next-hwc for the latest information on the next Homebrew Website Club.

Andrew Jacobs

This is one of the great motivators behind the movement: a place to experiment and own your content. Thanks, @rachelandrew!

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Wind looks good for the Turkey Bowl starting tomorrow. I'll see you out there on my Laser (sail #152163)! Bruce’s Brief: Weekend Weather Nov 19-20 Including CYC Turkey Bowl http://sailish.com/index.php/2016/11/18/bruces-brief-weekend-weather-nov-19-20-including-cyc-turkey-bowl

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If you've ever wanted to run your own open source software (replace Dropbox, Evernote, or Google Docs) then check it out! "Sandstorm Oasis emerging from beta" https://sandstorm.io/news/2016-11-17-oasis-emerging-from-beta

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We can't afford to be bystanders any more: Active Bystander Resources compiled by Verónica Caridad Rabelo - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VpcVfAl6YK8eFBfRNR9bbnaZ2GTjy-0VwV8QtfXMCbA/edit

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Dave Cornthwaite planned his next adventure "Scoot Japan" - 1,000 miles on a Swifty scooter. Looks like a blast! http://www.davecorn.com/scootjapan