Tags: manifesto

Internet Under Fire Gets New Manifesto

There’s more than a whiff of Indie Web thinking in this sequel to the Cluetrain Manifesto from Doc Searls and Dave Weinberger.

The Net’s super-power is connection without permission. Its almighty power is that we can make of it whatever we want.

It’s quite lawn-off-getty …but I also happen to agree with pretty much all of it.

Although it’s kind of weird that it’s published on somebody else’s website.

The shoebox - a manifesto for transmat.io

Glenn eloquently gives his reasons for building Transmat:

When I was a child, my brothers and I all had a shoebox each. In these we kept our mementoes. A seashell from a summer holiday where I played for hours in the rock pools, the marble from the schoolyard victory against a bully and a lot of other objects that told a story.

The Extensible Web Manifesto

An intriguing initiative to tighten up the loop between standards development and implementation.

A Front End Engineer’s Manifesto

Y’know, I’m on board with pretty much every item in this manifesto.

Future Friendly

In today’s incredibly exciting yet overwhelming world of connected digital devices, these are the truths we hold to be self-evident…