Personal writing is below. I tend to get excited about infrastructure, governance, and the economics of the internet. I often write about these dynamics in open source.
If you're looking for me, find me on Twitter or firstname.lastname@example.org. (While I do respond to nearly every email, I'm way more responsive on Twitter. I am also responsive to
140 280-character emails.)
The past few years have generated a lot of interest, but also a lot of questions, about how our digital infrastructure gets made.
Life on the internet can feel like a proverbial family reunion dinner. One relative makes an off-color remark, and all the kids leap half out of their chairs, screaming at one another.
When it comes to making money, software developers are an odd bunch. Developers produce code, and code is in high demand. At a glance, it seems obvious that this work pays for itself.