First encrypted and signed indieweb comment using PGP (thanks to Keybase.io)

I've wanted to try encrypted Indieweb Comments for a while now and finally got around to it because of how easy it is to use PGP with keybase.

I sent Aaron Parecki an email with an encrypted and signed message, to which he posted a public encrypted response and I replied to it publicly with an encrypted and signed post.

This could be something if I can integrate Converspace with the Keybase command line tool and maybe not show these messages on my timeline.

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Commented on a post by Aaron Parecki.

@sandeepshetty Here's an experiment:

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keybase.io/crypto

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The Problem with Native Apps

if you are like me and skipped installing the native apps that almost every site now tells you they have, the problem with them should have become obvious: they need to be installed. It's a big step-back from the natural flow of the web of simply clicking on links and moving from page to page (or webapp to webapp and all other combinations of the two).

If you post something and nobody responds, does it exist?

this is a placeholder for a thought I want to write about in the context of silos

Hacked up a cli version of ftt so that I can just watch -n 1 php fttcli.php and do Continuous Testing in PHP.

Markdown was launched in March 2004 and WordPress.com added built-In support for Markdown in November 2013. It took nine years for # to go mainstream with blogging.

I love visiting the WikiWikiWeb. There's something about the way it mixes content and discussion that I'm hooked to.

Very happy with the latest iteration of Markaround, the # replacement I'm writing for myself. It now has a working parser that parses a large subset of the syntax.

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Commented on a post by Brian Hendrickson.

is the #webmention design stuck in the naughties? sandeep.io

You tell me :)

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