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Episode summary: In this episode Eddie interviews Rosemary Orchard, a new member of the community. We talk about how she found the IndieWeb, attending IndieWebCamps remotely, wiki editing challenges and Micropub’s potential with syndication and destination targets. Podcast: Mac Power Users #417: Workflows with Manton Reece IndieWeb compatible service: Micro.blog Videos: IndieWebCamp NYC 2018 Event: IndieWebCamp Nuremberg 2018 IndieWebRing Video: Building a Micropub Endpoint Shortcut: Post using Micro.blog and Mastodon GitHub Repo: Micropub Endpoint for Jekyll and other flat-file CMSes If you enjoyed this podcast: Please leave a review in Apple Podcasts and recommend it using your favorite podcast player. You can help support the IndieWeb community by sponsoring the IndieWeb; You can help support the development of the show by sponsoring Eddie. Find this episode on the web at https://myurlis.com/episodes/002/.

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Webmentions allow conversations across the web, based on a web standard. They are a powerful building block for the decentralized social web.

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