#FreeIdeas For Lyft

Inspiration for this post to David Havens — read his post here: Ideas for Lyft on the Occasion of Receiving One Billion Dollars I’m inspired by the opportunity for creativity that Lyft finds itself in. Here are some ideas that I think could be fun…medium.com So it turns out that many of the people running big companies or … Continue reading #FreeIdeas For Lyft

Hello World for JavaScript with npm modules in the browser

Ok. So when I started writing JavaScript the world was a very simple place. You’d just open up a html file, write a JavaScript tag, and them boom — you are running JavaScript. <script> console.log(“Hello!”); </script> We’ll things have changed. I haven’t programmed JavaScript regularly in the last few years and I feel like a JavaScript Rip … Continue reading Hello World for JavaScript with npm modules in the browser

Jeremy’s 2016 Voter Guide for the June 7th California Primary and SF Election

I’ve written up my voter guide for the June 7th elections. Read the short version or the long version with more background information. The Short Version Offices Party-Nominated Offices President of the United States: Bernie Sanders Voter-Nominated Offices United States Senator: Kamala Harris United States Representative: Preston Picus State Senator: Scott Weiner Member, State Assembly: … Continue reading Jeremy’s 2016 Voter Guide for the June 7th California Primary and SF Election

Which Percent are You? — The Actual Income Distribution in the United States

There’s been a lot said and written about income and wealth inequality in the United States recently, but most of it refers to he-said-she-said quotes and data and statistics. I thought it was time to actually dive into the primary source data to see what the real story is. And the real story is that … Continue reading Which Percent are You? — The Actual Income Distribution in the United States