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title: "Indie Web Server 8.1.1: Reverse proxy (local mode)"
date: 2019-04-18T17:35:58+01:00
categories: ["Labs"]
author: "Aral Balkan"
image: "https://ar.al/2019/04/18/indie-web-server-8.1.1-reverse-proxy-local-mode/reverse-proxy.jpeg"
postURL: "https://ar.al/2019/04/18/indie-web-server-8.1.1-reverse-proxy-local-mode/"
sourceURL: "https://ar.al"
sourceName: "Aral’s blog"
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I just released Indie Web Server version 8.1.1 which introduces a reverse proxy feature.
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title: "Set up a live static personal web site in seconds with Indie Web Server 8.0.0"
date: 2019-04-16T17:35:06+01:00
categories: ["Labs"]
author: "Aral Balkan"
postURL: "https://ar.al/2019/04/16/set-up-a-live-static-personal-web-site-in-seconds-with-indie-web-server-8.0.0/"
sourceURL: "https://ar.al"
sourceName: "Aral’s blog"
---
On April 1st (no joke), Indie Web Server 7.1.0 introduced the ability to set up a live static web site in seconds on any server that had Node.js installed.
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title: "This site [ar.al] now runs on Indie Web Server"
date: 2019-04-17T17:35:36+01:00
categories: ["Labs"]
author: "Aral Balkan"
postURL: "https://ar.al/2019/04/17/this-site-now-runs-on-indie-web-server/"
sourceURL: "https://ar.al"
sourceName: "Aral’s blog"
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In the interests of eating my own hamster food1, I just switched this site from nginx to Indie Web Server.
The only complication in the process was that I had to update the hostname of the server to match the domain name.
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title: "Why You Can No Longer Get Lost in the Crowd"
date: 2019-04-19T10:48:20+01:00
type: ["radar"]
author: "Laura Kalbag"
image: "/radar/why-you-can-no-longer-get-lost-in-the-crowd/image.jpg"
postURL: "https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/17/opinion/data-privacy.html"
forumLink: "https://forum.ind.ie/t/why-you-can-no-longer-get-lost-in-the-crowd/2689"
publication: "New York Times"
writer: "Woodrow Hartzog and Evan Selinger"
tags: ["obscurity", "privacy", "right to be forgotten"]
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> “Obscurity bridges this privacy gap with the idea that the parts of our lives that are hard or unlikely to be found or understood are relatively safe. It is a combination of the privacy you have in public and the privacy you have in groups. Obscurity is a barrier that can shield you from government, corporate and social snoops. And until lawmakers, corporate leaders and citizens embrace obscurity and move to protect it, your freedom and opportunities to flourish will be in jeopardy.”<!--more-->
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