Dave Winer says that he largely makes software for himself these days.
Ideal Node.js hosting service Here’s the URL of a GIT repo, containing a Node app. Run it with forever. I want to be able to do a tail -f on the log so I can see what’s going on. And to view its file system, perhaps through a browser-based JS app. I think that’s about […]
A preview of Dave Winer’s new blogging system : 1999.io Video demo of 1999.io
Worth a listen : Podcast: What’s going on behind the scenes at Scripting News Also :
Dave Winer on why he’s using Twitter for identity?
OK. At this point I’m now officially confused by the Dave Winer road-map / strategy. I’m sure it’s evolving and exploratory. But Dave’s productivity means that I’m no longer keeping up with how this is meant to go down. So we had an outliner. (Fargo). And then an open-sourced version of the editor (Yay! Concord). […]
So, Dave has a nice template for showing essay-length writing. And naturally, the way things are evolving in 2015, it’s a “single-page web-app” which can pull in the actual content from another URL. Of course, I’d like to write essays using an outliner. And I’m using OWL which is really just the Concord editor that […]
Radio3 has a philosophy. I’m almost ready to start playing with it. Just have to figure out where / how to host the result. Will almost certainly be a WordPress blog. Will I use it for Smart Disorganized though? One issue with radio3 currently is that it only seems to be connectable to one WordPress. […]
Dave says it well.
I’ve not been paying much attention to Dave Winer recently. But it turns out he’s launching a bunch of stuff. A tool to slice long stories into “tweetstorms”? A meme creator that posts directly to Facebook? A tool to prioritise tweets from important friends? What’s going on here? Dave doesn’t trust major platform vendors an […]