I'm incredibly happy to finally be able to talk about this wild thing I've been apart of building for 4 years!


@jalcine In a meeting somewhere at Microsoft headquarters: "nah nah nah, you got it all wrong -- ours has square corners, see..."

“Tbh, I’d rather just write it in PHP”

I think this thought a lot.

Me: *thinking about getting a smart watch*

The little Foucault in my head: "The Tools and monitoring that will become available to you will become a prison. Measuring the limits of the human body will contain that which should be free!"

Me: . . . but. . . pretty?

Where is the mail app named after Elizabeth Blackwell, or Marie Curie? And why are mail apps being named after scientists who had very little to do with mail? Author Anthony Trollope was the post master general of England, or Scotland I think...where is Trollope Mail dot App!?

@jalcine Mithril is solid, but I felt the learning curve was a bit steep (at least back when I was playing with it 2 or so years ago).

@jalcine I've used it a bit. We gave it a go at my work for a while, but ultimately settled on Backbone.js since it had a larger community. Lately I've been eyeballing choo.io/ for some little side projects, though.

I want to play a tabletop RPG that is completely set within an interstate rest area.

Growing up 2 of my fav. places were school and synagogue. I'm increasingly nervous to send my kid to either such place these days. I'm not gonna stop taking my kid to school or anything, but woof, I'd be lying if I said I didn't feel a pang of panic every now and again.

Imma make this clear: I'm not building software for developers.

I'm working to building tools for people.

You shouldn't have to know to maintain and secure a server to have your own independent identity online. You shouldn't need to know what libsodium or similar library to be secure online.

That's my objective.

I think I killed my headphones with my sweaty ears at the gym today...

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