Nathan Yergler

January 22, 2018

I’m less philosophically aligned with The Economist these days, but giving users more control seems like a good starting point.

Nathan Yergler

January 22, 2018

“Just as America drew up sophisticated rules about intellectual property in the 19th century, so it needs a new set of laws to govern the ownership and exchange of data, with the aim of giving solid rights to individuals.” – How to Tame the Tech Titans

Nathan Yergler

January 20, 2018

Great post on software design. Software specs are funny things; they only have long-term value if followed. Seems like it should go without saying, but…

Nathan Yergler

January 20, 2018

“I’m a downhill skier. I get to the bottom. Once I’ve gotten to the end I do a lot of rewriting. I start rewriting from the front while I’m still writing at the back, just to remind myself what I’ve written.” – Margaret Atwood on writing

Nathan Yergler

January 19, 2018

Just read the news of Dean Allen’s passing. I remember what a revelation Textpattern was in what feels like another lifetime.

Nathan Yergler

January 19, 2018

Picked up John Green’s 📚 “Turtles All the Way Down” two days ago; stayed up an extra hour last night reading. This is why I love YA novels.