Tag: open web

  • Adoption by Stealth

    Adoption by Stealth

    Colin Walker mentioned my earlier piece on the Open Web and tied back to an earlier piece on “Adoption by Stealth“. In the end, I think technology adoption by stealth is the only way to make an idea dominant. With the open web (I use that term intentionally since “Indie Web” is much more of […]

  • The Open Web

    The Open Web

    The most powerful aspect of the Internet is the open web. From the very beginning, there has been a conflict with on one side walled gardens and closed networks with open standards and interoperability on the other. My first experience with an online world was dial-up into AOL and exploring their internal experiences. Only rarely […]

  • Back to Basics

    I found myself hesitant to post short little posts like this because I didn’t want them to get automatically posted to Facebook or Twitter with the default messaging. So, I turned that off. The open web is something I’ve been worried about losing and with the upcoming development of micro.blog, I want to start posting […]