I don’t think this is how I’m supposed to use collections.
linking to any text
Election monitoring, new power of social media and old power of structural power
A new collection for collaborative writing
I wrote the first half of this post on the eve of the 2013 Boston Marathon but never published it.
A tale from the front lines of dealing with the impact of the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability
Why is it easier to track how many steps I take every day than it is to know how much time I spend online?
The benefits and struggles of having the xx chromosomes in the tech world
This is a post about things I wish I knew when I started my career.
One Sunday morning this spring, I woke up early to help pick the next class of Girls Who Code.
If we want the web to be about freedom, we need to decide what freedom means.
We want your stories, not articles.
I don’t think we should go out because the way it happens is we meet and you flirt with me and it’s nice and I go home thinking about it.
About four years go, a monthly event called Mission Street Food was incredibly popular in San Francisco.
A list of places to find the best free stock photos
(It all boils down to too much bread)
I’ve kept it to myself for years, but now I believe the only way to fight the stigma of mental illness is to talk about my own.
I didn’t think I’d learn anything building Bootstrap.
Innovation often starts with the ordinary.
“It’s really simple. They just ignored me”
The memo below was sent to the team at Tiny Speck, the makers of Slack, on July 31st, 2013.
After four years, we shut down our final product, Turntable Live, in early January.
Searching is not the same as exploring
My recent memo to the BuzzFeed staff
Have Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss destroyed their beautiful creation?
Get them before they get you
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