2023.08.31 – This compelling piece on DPReview documents how the current state of the internet is causing us to lose massive amounts of knowledge. All the more reason to build your own backups and long-term plans for your content!
2023.08.10 – The brilliant Marianne Bellotti gives a practical approach to eliminating costly consultants in your organization in favor of upskilling and training. I’ve always been a huge fan of this approach, and is exactly how my team is currently modernizing our organization!
2023.07.19 – In the Nib this week, Tom Humberstone gives an excellent history of the Luddite movement, and how it reflects the current growing concerns around AI in creative work.
2023.06.30 – I shared this already on Mastodon, but it occurs to me that many folks aren’t familiar with Too Many Zooz, one of my favorite brasshouse bands. They were recently on tour with Moon Hooch and Lucky Chops, all of which are also worth checking out.
2023.03.01 – Brian Rinaldi makes a compelling comparison between React and Adobe Flash, the inevitability of change, and how overly-attached developers suffer as a result.
2023.02.15 – This article from the U.S. Digital Response team breaks down methods for government agencies to pay participants in user testing.
2023.01.04 – I really enjoyed this presentation from Henning Koch, the author of unpoly.js about replacing React/Vue/Angular with the much, much thinner unpoly library.
2023.01.03 – I thoroughly enjoyed this post from Seth Etter on building technology for longevity.