I’m leaving Beaker! You might be expecting this post to expose a controversy or detail complaints about working on the project, but there is no controversy, and the complaints I do have will be familiar to anyone who’s formed a company or maintained an open-source project.Read more →
My kitchen is by no means a shipwreck, but there’s definitely room for improvement. I’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about Airtable which proclaims to help you “organize anything”, so I thought “hey some organization can’t hurt” and spent Sunday inventorying my entire kitchen.Read more →
Updated August 31, 2018. Originally published on January 4, 2018.
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In the aftermath of the recent Harvey Weinstein revelations, Rose McGowan was suspended from Twitter for breaching its Terms of Service. Twitter made an unusual move by commenting on the status of a specific user’s account, which it normally publicly declares it does not do.Read more →
Inside of the Beaker browser, we’ve implemented a set of new Web APIs for connecting apps to the peer-to-peer network. This is part 1 of a series about how to build peer-to-peer Web apps.
I recently published a peer-to-peer Photos app using the Beaker browser. Today we’ll step through how the app was built, and how you can make other peer-to-peer Web apps like it.Read more →
One of the most interesting phenomena on the Web is the popularity of services like GitHub, CodePen, and Glitch, which provide tools for sharing, duplicating, and remixing other people’s projects. The practice of learning from and using existing code as boilerplate is a critical piece of what’s made innovation on the Web platform so open…Read more →