Ben Crowder

Links #49

#books #coding #health #links #permacomputing

Rachel Smith on code-first vs. product-first engineers. I read this a few weeks ago and it’s been simmering in the back of my head since then.

Dan McKinley on boring technology. I’ve also been thinking about this a lot, primarily with respect to the technologies I use to build my personal projects.

Robin Sloan on permacomputing. The long-term durability of our current technologies — or lack thereof — is also something I think about fairly often. Nice to see movement in that direction.

Ada Palmer on disability. Resonated a lot with me.

Clive Thompson on nine ways to rewild your attention. Good suggestions. I particularly like the one about randomly reading old books.


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