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Bookmarks tagged with “via:warrenellis”

  1. blissblog: link think

    Simon Reynolds, for the first section on he sociality, or not, of blogging. (via Warren Ellis Ltd)

  2. Elderblog Sutra: 1

    “Old blogs must choose: should they turn into elder blogs, or should they turn into late-style blogs? One does not preclude the other, but you must decide what you solve for.” (via Warren Ellis)

  3. Blot

    “Blot is a blogging platform with no interface. It creates a special folder in your Dropbox and publishes files you put inside.” (via Warren Ellis)

  4. Vadik Marmeladov

    Archived copy of his website, pre-LOT-2046, with his “Codes of Practice”. Mainly for the long-term thinking. (via Warren Ellis)

  5. Offscreen Magazine Interview — by Craig Mod

    Really nice piece. Thoughtful, pragmatic, calm. On books, working out what scale of effect gives you satisfaction, pace, depth, connectivity. (via Warren Ellis)

  6. Sandstorm

    *Sounds* like it’s an easier way to do self-hosting (or almost self-hosting) for people who aren’t as technical as that usually requires? Not quite sure. (via Warren Ellis)

  7. Known: create a single website for all your content

    Hosted or self-hosted open source, personal CMS/blog that can send your posts, photos etc to Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, SoundCloud, etc. (via Warren Ellis)

  8. Greetings from a Ghost Town | Technoccult

    On having a code name for the area where you live. (via Warren Ellis’s newsletter)

  9. Tiny Letters to the Web We Miss — The Message — Medium

    Joanne McNeil on the recent rise of email newsletters and how they compare to the old days of blogging. (via @warrenellis)

  10. Blissblog - 10 for 2010

    Simon Reynolds’ top records of the year. So much to listen to. (via Warren Ellis)

  11. Magazero |

    A new online store for fairly obscure/”independent” magazines started by Ivan Pope. He plans to do Stack-style subscriptions soon. (via Warren Ellis)

  12. Space Cadets - Charlie’s Diary

    Space colonisation would require a huge organised effort in an uninhabitable environment and so is “incompatible with both libertarian ideology and the myth of the American frontier.” (via Warren Ellis)

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