The paradigm shift from offline to online media has thrown a lot of people.
Medium announced a while back that it was shifting gears:
Steven Pressfield has written a series of posts on how he organizes his writing using a simple set of files.
It worries me how familiar the symptoms of burnout are, both when I read about them and when they actually hit me.
Over the past couple of days I sat down and did what most tech columnists seem unwilling to do:
I actually looked into what an announced API is capable of.
Namely, the upcoming iOS 9 Safari content blocking extensions.
I’m only going to make one quick prediction:
I’ve been meaning to read it for ages. All it took was a blog post.
You don’t need to look far to find examples of how dysfunctional the Silicon Valley/San Francisco startup culture is. It seems to exist in a worldview bubble, even if it might not be an economic one.
Quite a few people are noticing that our apps are a little bit more crap than they used to be.
Everything is always getting better everywhere, all the time (#pangloss #progress).
I’m in the middle of a short vacation but can’t resits the urge to pull these points and links into a post.
A few links on where we stand, posted without comment.