The Indieweb describes itself as “a people-focused alternative to the ‘corporate web’”. It’s a grassroots movement, with activists all around the globe working on open web solutions to maintain content ownership and control while enabling social interaction between individuals.
Within the last year, and increasingly during recent weeks, a recurring theme in writings from web design commentators has been that the web is in an unhealthy state and needs some care. Maybe most prominently, Anil Dash's "The web we lost" from November 2012 is a wake-up call to everybody working with the web to recall where it originally came from and the opportunities it provided. More recently, Jeremy Keith has summarised the debate in his article "In dependence". [...]
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