The Web We Lost

The Web We Lost I share many of Anil Dash’s frustrations toward the current walled-garden social Web and how business deals, not open standards and protocols, drive content sharing. Additional thought: Seeing so many companies tighten up their walls and restrictions over who can do what with what data sure makes me realize just how […]

Always Remember Where You Came From

The Windows Launchpad, my first website, in late 1999. Note my obsession with Tahoma, my fierce Internet Explorer activism, and penchant for horrible writing. My favorite part, introducing an e-mail newsletter I published with ListBot(!): Nothing is better than information, and information is what you get when you subscribe to the WinPad Notebook, our free […]