You might not be old enough to remember webrings. If you do, great! If you don't, great! Now's your chance to learn some history that might be making a tiny bit of a comeback.
I stumbled on an accessibility-focussed webring that might interest some people here.
[The] webring is focused on people.
[It] is not interested in listing accessibility companies and professional organizations.
It provides a way for people to discover and learn from each other following the fracturing of Twitter.
Top comments (3)
This is awesome. I love that it's focused on people. The tech community is wonderful. I just added the code to my blog: GingerKiwi.blog.
I cover digital accessibility, advocate for a11y to apply to fellow tech professionals and not just users, real life/physical accessibility, and of course web dev and design.
Yay webrings, the original distributed federation on the web :-)
Webrings.. haven‘t seen that in a while. cool!