Percolator

a microcast by Aaron Parecki

Episode 15: The IndieWeb Wiki and IndieAuth

  •   2m49s / 3.3mb
Wikis, backups, chat logs, and the IndieAuth spec

Episode 14: DROP DATABASE irclog;

  •   2m47s / 3.27mb
Working on migrating the IndieWeb chat logs

Episode 13: Trains, Feeds, and a Small Polling Infrastructure

  •   4m17s / 4.64mb
Starting to build out the infrastructure for Monocle, a Microsub server and feed reader

Episode 12: To Poll or Not to Poll

  •   3m07s / 3.56mb
Building out a feed polling infrastructure is daunting.

Episode 11: What are Instagram Stories?

  •   3m01s / 3.47mb
A bit of a diversion from my normal routine where I implemented Instagram Stories on my own website.

Episode 10: Microsub for Readers

  •   1m44s / 2.3mb
Itching to get started rebuilding Monocle

Episode 9: Streamlining my Microcast Workflow

  •   2m43s / 3.2mb
I wrote a new Micropub app to help me publish Microcast episodes quicker

Episode 8: Back from the Woods

  •   3m25s / 3.85mb
Reflections on how I control what I consume online

Episode 7: Making Micropub More Useful

  •   5m31s / 4.5mb
Thinking about what is needed for the Micropub spec for it to be even more useful.

Episode 6: My New Superpower

  •   3m26s / 3.07mb
My Overland GPS tracker app is live in the app store!

Episode 5: Homebrew Website Club

  •   2m10s / 2.2mb
We had a great Portland Homebrew Website Club!

Episode 4: Pretending to be an iOS Developer

  •   5m24s / 4.42mb
Talking about what it takes to publish an app on the iOS app store.

Episode 3: Following

  •   5m00s / 4.14mb
Thinking about how I want to follow people on the IndieWeb.

Episode 2: Publishing a Podcast

  •   4m03s / 3.49mb
Building a website for this podcast, enjoying a new coffee shop.

Episode 1: Welcome

  •   3m16s / 2.95mb
What is Percolator? Some thoughts about multi-photos in Instagram.

Aaron Parecki Aaron Parecki is the co-founder of IndieWebCamp, an annual unconference on data ownership and online identity. He edits specs at the W3C, and maintains oauth.net. He has spoken at conferences around the world about OAuth, data ownership, quantified self, and even explained why R is a vowel.