Matrix: bridges, rooms, and clients Mar 26, 2018

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I’ve spent the past week using Matrix, and here are my general impressions so far.

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Matrix: distributed chat that talks to everything Mar 18, 2018

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Matrix is the chat platform of the future.

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What will replace email? Mar 04, 2018

What’s going to replace email?

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Long predictions about remote work Feb 25, 2018

I was discussing remote work with a friend a couple of months back and ended up coming to a couple of interesting conclusions about how remote work would cause societal change if it were to become mainstream. The discussion was motivated based on the idea of a completely distributed office with no centralized location. I thought these two ideas in particular were worth sharing.

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Simple internet security improvements for the average person Feb 18, 2018

I’d like to present here a couple of simple internet security improvements that won’t slow you down too much and will improve your personal security posture dramatically.

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Must see: the Furby Organ Feb 12, 2018

On today’s HackADay: the Furby Organ. This is technically impressive, and it’s highly rewarding when he starts playing music on it.

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Values a programming team should have Feb 11, 2018

One of the things I think about regularly is how to properly manage a programming team.

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My Linux desktop setup Feb 05, 2018

I run Arch Linux both at work & at home and I use a few utilities between them to make them reliable and myself productive. Here’s an overview of some of the choices I’ve made to make it that way.

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Propercasing last names in Python Jan 28, 2018

I wrote the first draft of this article around three years ago. I found it in my drafts and touched it up for this week’s post.

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Unusual internet puzzles Jan 21, 2018

I’ve run across a few interesting puzzles on the internet over the years.

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