When we invented non-fungible tokens, we were trying to protect artists. But tech-world opportunism has struck again.

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The Atlantic


Illustration: Aaron Fernandez

The hardest part about creating with code isn’t the code.


Unlocking more magic on Glitch

Making Apps Easy


The whole world is reckoning with worries about where technology is taking us. Mouse helps us find a path forward that helps everyone, by including everyone.


We’ve been thrilled to see the community embrace Glitch as the home for creating and discovering the coolest stuff on the web, so after 18 years, we’re saying goodbye to the Fog Creek name and betting our future on Glitch.


Today, we’re pleased to announce that DevFactory has acquired Manuscript, giving the community and the platform a strong and stable path forward.


At 5:53PM New York time yesterday, an eager student created a project on Glitch to start learning how to code. It also happened to be the 1 millionth app on Glitch!


Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub inspired lots of conjecture about the software titan’s strategy, and what it means for developers. But what if the biggest long-term value comes from collaborative coding as part of a network? What will the next era of networked coding look like?


GitHub + Microsoft = Good 👍


JavaScript is now part of the toolkit of most working developers. What if network effects push it into being the first-ever truly dominant programming language?

Around a decade ago, a big part of coding culture changed.

The Networks

Anil Dash

CEO of @Glitch. Trying to make tech more ethical & humane. (Also an advisor to Medium.) More: http://anildash.com/

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