Creating a /now page

As I've been getting involved with the #IndieWeb, I've been starting to find other communities on the Web who are building upon new standards.

One of these communities I found a while back was the Now Movement, from Derek Sivers's post The /now page movement.

The movement is all about having a page /now (of which the name doesn't have to be /now) which records what currently interests you and your focus is. It's meant to be continually updated, and the sort of info:

Think of what you’d tell a friend you hadn't seen in a year.

I've replaced my /about page with /now because /about was quite static, and hopefully this will help me keep it updated.

Written by Jamie Tanna's profile image Jamie Tanna on , and last updated on .

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