- All Stories Are Wrong, but Some Are Useful
30 Jan 2021
Stories are powerful, and they rule our world. This post explores how we’re always telling ourselves a story, and how choosing the right story has long term, surprising implications.
- RGPD avec Doctolib
1 Oct 2020
J’ai lu des choses pas très roses vis à vis de Doctolib, sur ce à quoi les praticiens sollicités via Doctolib peuvent avoir accès. Des médecins qui auraient des comportements ou remarques déplacés en connaissant le nom ou le rôle des autres praticiens consultés.
- The spectrum of synchronousness
4 Feb 2021
Communicating correctly is key for remote working. We look at sync and async communication on the spectrum of synchronousness.
- A short post on Nibby, URL shorteners and the dangers of machine translation
3 Feb 2021
Twenty years ago, URL shorteners were a godsend. A complicated, hierarchical, 300 character address could be compressed down to a dozen characters - or fewer. So this is my new effort. nib.by. Nibby. Likened to the nib of a pen. Nibby.
- Locating Humans with DNS
4 Feb 2021
I recently lost access to a free email account I’ve had since before I can remember (though only temporarily, thank the lord). When it happened, I instantly became effectively uncontactable by a large portion of humanity. My own temporary disappearance from reality started me to thinking about how we can reuse existing infrastructure to store contact information in a durable and highly available way.
- My Most Productive Project Stack
Matt James Boyle
I have started literally hundreds of side projects and never finished any that had any sort of substance.
- Oh sorry, I was on mute!
4 Feb 2021
I ranted on HN the other day about Google Meet’s user interface gore. Aside: Imagine you’re driving down the road and you need to make a right turn. Well, for some reason the steering wheel is stowed away and disappeared! You need to hover your hand around the center console in a specific area to be able to expose it. Out comes the steering wheel and now you can make a right turn.