TBL is fighting back against the silos. w00t! Good article. This is pretty neat.
I have to admit, from a privacy angle you are better off with an iPhone over Android. There is no way to make an Android phone secure from Google’s all seeing eye. Shame on them. We really need more choices in phones and operating systems.
My response to Nick Montfort’s recent article asserting that the era of the open web as the main platform for digital writing has forever passed.
The cool part of the web is that you can carve out your own little chunk of it. We can build whatever web we want.
I want to respond to this but I’ll wait for morning. There is a lot here to think about.
Opera’s co-founder says launching a web browser to compete with Google, Microsoft and Apple isn’t as nuts as it sounds.
On first encountering the web in 1996, like most people I was fascinated by two key questions: how can I find information online and how can I enable my own web pages to get found? Like any poet tr…