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.
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I recently read Elinor Ostrom’s Governing the Commons and have been evangelizing it so enthusiastically that I figured I’d do a quick writeup of its main points, and why it’s been so transformative to my thinking.
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.