Imperfectly indieweb | Ross A. Baker

It feels like the broader web is currently rediscovering the impermanence of the siloed web (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, et al.). Ross's article does the best job of articulating how a lot of people are thinking (and touching on some key stumbling blocks in the process). Plus, I just really love the way this paragraph is phrased (emphasis mine):

A few months later, I joined Twitter. I tweeted about 9,500 times, and you can read them all there today. Will we be able to read them in 25 years? Doubtful. I downloaded my archive before I left, and I might rerecord the greatest hits, but the original masters belong to the label.

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