I've written a short blog post with my musings about the #indieweb from an end-user perspective https://raretrack.uk/2017/indieweb-for-end-users---some-thoughts: https://raretrack.uk/2017/ive-written-a-short-blog-post-with-my-musings-about
@chrisaldrich @WithKnown! Happy 3rd birthday - I joined #Known on September 14th 2014, so 4 days after you Chris :) #indieweb: https://raretrack.uk/2017/chrisaldrich-withknown-happy-3rd-birthday---i-joined-known-on
If you use Chrome, Google can use a network protocol for tracking and ad delivery that can't be seen or blocked by extensions. TL;DR: You really shouldn't use a web browser made by an ad company.
"AdBlock Plus, uBlock Origin, and other extensions cannot block QUIC requests. Recommended best practice is to disable QUIC from the chrome://flags/ URL."
Hey everyone, as I've already mentioned, I'm going to be using Mastodon instead of Twitter during the month of May.
I wrote up my reasoning here: