“Link In Bio” is a slow knife https://anildash.com/2019/12/10/link-in-bio-is-how-they-tried-to-kill-the-web/
I do note (as have others already on Mastodon) that Jack has indicated that if the Bluesky team thinks ActivityPub is the best, they will use it ... https://twitter.com/jack/status/1204952252747661312
Fascinating to read Jack Dorsey's Twitter thread about the need to decentralize Twitter: https://twitter.com/jack/status/1204766078468911106
If only Twitter had NOT done it's pivot back in the early 2000s into an advertising-based media platform...
In the meantime, there's the Fediverse and so many other systems looking to be the decentralized version of Twitter (and to be better).
Internet Society Board of Trustees member Richard Barnes
explains why he voted to sell .ORG - http://www.circleid.com/posts/20191127_why_i_voted_to_sell_org/
New audio: TDYR 383 - Abandoning Slides and Presenting Using MindNode in Focus Mode - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-383-abandoning-slides-and-presenting-using-mindnode-in-focus-mode #NaPodPoMo #mindmapping
New audio: In this final part 3 of my series on remote working, I talk about the lessons I've learned for thriving in a home office, and share some lessons from others, too- TDYR 382 - Remote Working, Part 3 - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-382-remote-working-part-3-what-are-some-lessons-learned-about-working-remotely
What other lessons do YOU have about how to be successful in a home office?
New audio: What are the DISADVANTAGES of working remotely? I talk about that onTDYR 381 - Remote Working, Part 2 - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-381-remote-working-part-2-what-are-the-disadvantages-of-working-from-home
Sitting home in #Vermont watching Cullen Jennings in Singapore present a new proposal for a "Real Time Internet Peering Protocol (RIPP)" to replace SIP for trunks from cloud-based #VoIP / #UC apps out to telcos and the PSTN. Slides are at: https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/106/materials/slides-106-dispatch-ripp-01
New audio: What are the *benefits* of working remotely in a home office? This is part 1 of 3 - next will be "disadvantages" and then "lessons learned". TDYR 380 - Remote Working, Part 1: What are the BENEFITS? https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-380-remote-working-part-1-what-are-the-benefits-of-working-from-home
I started working in a home office 20 years ago in 1999, and have seen many benefits over those years. After compiling my list, I also asked out on Twitter - and added into this episode many of the comments I received there.
New audio: TDYR 379 - #IETF106 Begins In Singapore With 1,000 Engineers Gathered To Make The Internet Work Better - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-379-ietf-106-begins-in-singapore-with-1000-engineers-gather-to-make-the-internet-work-better
New audio: Are we (of a certain age) the last generation to remember sticking actual physical keys into cars? TDYR 378 - Driving without an actual key - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-378-driving-without-an-actual-key
New audio: TDYR 377 - Initial Thoughts on #WordPress 5.3 - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-377-initial-thoughts-on-wordpress-53
New audio: TDYR 376 - Is It The End of The EditFlow Plugin for WordPress? - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-376-is-it-the-end-of-the-editflow-plugin-for-wordpress
New audio: TDYR 375 - What is 'dialing', Daddy? - reminiscing about the rotary dial phone - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-375-what-is-dialing-daddy
"Die Mauer! Die Mauer ist weg!" 30 years ago I got a phone call from a friend telling me the unbelievable news that people were crossing the Berlin Wall from East to West. In this audio episode, I remember back to that day: https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-373-celebrating-30-years-since-the-fall-of-the-berlin-wall
New audio: TDYR 372 - Are there good alternatives to Meetup.com? I discuss what happened in October, why people are looking, and the challenges in finding another option - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-372-are-there-good-alternatives-to-meetupcom
New audio: TDYR 371 - Celebrating 50 years of Unix!
New audio: TDYR 370 - CDNs, Anycast, Containers, and the Disaggregation of Networking Models - https://soundcloud.com/danyork/tdyr-370-cdns-anycast-containers-and-the-disaggregation-of-networking-models
DO YOU USE OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE? If you do, and you work at a network operator, please help with a survey about open source tools in networking and #devops (DEADLINE TOMORROW, 7 Nov 2019) - https://possie.techark.org/operators-and-open-source-software-survey/
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