A series of posts on how we are empowered to change the world with technology.
A plea from a patient with chronic pain
Appreciating craft and innovation led by previous generations through the movie “Hugo”
On disdain and empathy in Civic Tech
A collection of resources
because it made me love you
My grandmother, who lives in rural New York, can pick up a piece of glass, touch it four times, and be able to see my face wherever I am in…
Being amazed is a feeling that I hope I never have enough of.
There are obvious, pressing problems in this world but recognize that even “distractions” can improve peoples’ lives and better humanity.
How do you eradicate a culture?
Some thoughts on how you instill the games you build with your own ethics — just not always in the way you intend.
A call to change the way technologists build the future
I believe the consequences of software updates to our lives are largely underestimated.
Why programmers are the modern-day wizards
Over the years I have had the blessing of establishing great friendships through Twitter.
What if more of us decided to stand up and make our lines of code count?
It all starts from that one person. One small step.
“We who work in technology have nurtured an especially rare gift: the opportunity to effect change at an unprecedented scale and rate.”
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