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2022

August A connection of peers gathered in the wood 9 Client-Side JavaScript Libraries You're Probably Sleeping On On my own

July That time I tried to buy some books Code-switching and what really happened to me at Netflix

June My google data is gone Maybe I left and never came back Eating Elephants Netflix Cancellation

May Your Grandfather The Vows The Quiet Part A Redacted Letter to my Lover

April My Future Ambitions

March Build versus Buy versus Bankruptcy

February Freebird Into the DigiVerse On Agency On Antitrust A Note on the Future that I'm From

January Big Brother, MAMA G, and Papa VC The other Hack Club 1 Cent Per Download My 2021 in Review

2021

December Why Cascading Styles are my Occupation How to use the internet successfully The Web is Pretty Okay Cyberpunk 2077 0-Day Exploit: boot2web4you When is E-nough E-nough

November The State of Religion Unsolicited Writing Advice Mom, Dad. I'm a Software Designer. The Founding of the Verse

October So the funniest thing happened. Anger isn't the way How to make friends

September Sir, they are taking advantage of you Twenty Years Today

August And I deliberated My Best Friend Wrote Something I Think I Found God Again We just kind of eased into it at first Creating Positive Change

July Pocket Snitch 10 PM in San Francisco AMERICA-FUCK-YEAH

June Just Stick Together An Invisible Amazon Birthday

May Pay to Win Gum on my Shoe To Good Vibes Oh the Audacity

April What the bleep did I say about IBM and genocide in my last essay “I don't pay for Netflix”

March Groundhog Day

February Simple Reproducible Builds

January Domestic Terrorism New Year, New Me

2020

November On the Titanic and Truth

October Kipo and me The Case for Unique Email Addresses To new beginnings

August John Deere and the Rise of the Solarpunks High-Level Solarpunk Skill Progression You'd think I'd shot Jesus So long and thanks for all the fish Not Peace, but a Sword

July The Machine in the Middle Max Specs and Affordable Computing On Independence, Pride and Shame

June Universal Bad Data

May The Wrong Side of History Hello, New World