These days, as the giant social networks behave more and more reprehensibly, many people are looking back to the “good old days” of the web, when self-published blogs were the primary means of sharing one’s thoughts.
Brian Warren has taken this enthusiasm, and combined it with his nostalgia for another classic resource: the links page. He’s created a new one called Mac Open Web:
A collection of open and indie Mac, iOS, and web apps that help promote the open web.
The solitary page is jam-packed with links to resources for creating and perusing content on “the open web,” that is to say “the web.” If you’re sick of Facebook and Twitter owning your experience of what is still a hugely diverse and free global network, then spend some time investing in writing and reading on the web “the way we used to do it.”