i really enjoy this use of decker, thank you.
Recent community posts
As with many NYT articles, I find its "thesis" a little trite, but the intent is something that resonates: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/10/24/magazine/browser-tabs-forever.html?unlocked_a...
Hello! Quick dev note: because this was such an ambitious project, we still have some bugs to squash! Give us a few days to iron out the kinks and we'll be sure to have you finishing the game in no time. Thank you for playing!
recent blog post about the internet and ai and feudalism and suburbification of the net: https://www.nathalielawhead.com/candybox/you-scream-into-the-void-but-the-rate-l...
(not as much of a downer as that summary sounds)
ruminations on the shortcomings of discord: http://ascii.textfiles.com/archives/5509
i am particularly struck by this comment:
"Ehh, I don’t want my stuff saved. Anything that truly matters to me is not on Discord, including stuff that originated on Discord. It’s easy enough to make backups as you go and I’d rather not leave a paper trail I have no control of that persists until the end of time. You might want to live forever, but I don’t. Just let me enjoy myself in the moment and then evaporate my data when I’m gone."
(apologies for archiving your comment, stranger, but i left you anonymous)
another's reflections on the tech industry of now vs the past: https://twitter.com/ShannonVallor/status/1559659655097376768?s=20&t=3lV7sZBEFMx4...
a podcast about the cloud and it's physical costs: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/how-the-cloud-reshaped-the-internet-w-dway...