An introduction to the indie web | Chris Aldrich

I often end up feeling a little overwhelmed by the whole IndieWeb movement, but I found Chris has done a great job of breaking down a) what they're trying to achieve and b) why it can be useful at a personal level. There are times when I feel like I need to spend hours carefully reading over documentation and considering various implementation requirements to be a part of the IndieWeb. Chris reminds me that it's okay to pick and choose the pieces that make the most sense for me:

Everyone’s desires and needs will be different. Work on what you find most interesting and useful first...

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