I know there are so many great podcasts that it’s difficult to listen to everything. I’m still making my way through all the commentary about WWDC. But I just finished Jeff Veen’s Presentable episode 25 this week and particularly enjoyed it.
Jeff talked to Jeremy Keith about his new web design book, and about the web industry repeating the same old mistakes, with a really great discussion about the IndieWeb. When asked about how people prefer to post on a social network, because maybe fewer people will find their own site, Jeremy said:
I always get frustrated when people talk about this as a reason not to do something. For me, that was the whole point of the web — that nobody was stopping you. You're right, maybe nobody will read this thing that I've published, but I could publish it and nobody was stopping me. To see people stop themselves, to act as their own gatekeeper...
There’s much more that I can’t capture in a truncated quote. Highly recommend listening to the full interview in context.
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