On the way down, bubbles generate even more commentary; the pessimists were vindicated, and many of the participants have spare time to tell their side of the story.
Divinations How to navigate strange new paradigms that could change everything—unless they don’t. It's brutal out there Lately I’ve been teetering between fascination and disgust with regard to web3.
But the point is that some of it will, because some of it already is. Now we’re finally ready to hold up the Mirror. Mirror - the reflection of an interoperable future?
I believe the problem with keeping people on the technical track starts with managers. Specifically, it starts with new managers.
And it's with this decision that every reasonably happy, veteran developer I know distinguishes themselves. They all choose Extra. But aren't More and Extra the same thing?
But there's finally competition to make reading the internet more social, more pleasant and more powerful. Apps are beginning to understand the stuff you read as well as you do, or maybe even better.
This is surprisingly a hard sell to most people. What is your story? So there you have it, 20 years of software distilled down into 20 pithy pieces of wisdom.
CBGBs itself was an immense rock of cultural capital. Even our original example, just by being there and being an obvious meeting place, did some communication for you.