#FreeIdeas for Twitter — Build in Sources as a Native Feature for Tweets

Twitter is a cool technology tool, but it has a lot of bad things. One of those bad things is the ease with which one can spread misinformation. Twitter should build in source links as a native feature to tweets to help promote better sourcing and reduce the viral spread of fake news. Twitter should … Continue reading #FreeIdeas for Twitter — Build in Sources as a Native Feature for Tweets

My Top Three 5–10 Year Trends of 2017

1. Computer Science Education 2. Distributed Work 3. Cryptocurrency/Blockchain These are three of the trends I think will continue to really emerge in the next five years. They are already here — but mostly all on the fringes, even if they have received some attention. 1. Computer Science Education We’re all in on this one at CodeHS — the top … Continue reading My Top Three 5–10 Year Trends of 2017

#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

I’m going to write on Medium. And I’m going to keep copying posts over to my blog.

Can we count on Medium to be around in 10 years? I’m planning to look at my blog posts then, too. I spent some time this week looking over coding projects I have done over the last 12 years, which is pretty much about when I started experimenting with coding. I realized a few awesome … Continue reading I’m going to write on Medium. And I’m going to keep copying posts over to my blog.