Below are writings I found interesting over the years

YOUR child’s room is a shit tip, but their Minecraft inventory is meticulously organised into elements, ores and enchanted bullshit. Organising all their shit, and other things kids can do on Minecraft but apparently not in real life

Heuristics That Almost Always Work tempt us to be more certain than we should of each. Heuristics That Almost Always Work

It’s hard to explain to regular people how much technology barely works, how much the infrastructure of our lives is held together by the IT equivalent of baling wire. Computers, and computing, are broken. Everything Is Broken

Why not just go watch another five second video of a kitten with its head in a toilet roll, or a 140 character description of a meal your friend just stuffed in their mouth. “nom nom”. This blog post is not for you. Kids can’t use computers… and this is why it should worry you

If you’re not paying for your bookmarking, then someone else is, and their interests may not be aligned with yours. The Internet’s Original Sin

By adopting an always-on, anywhere, anytime, any place behaviour, we exist in a constant state of alertness that scans the world but never really gives our full attention to anything. The lost art of concentration: being distracted in a digital world

Look around any city street and there we all are, with our heads down, walking past each other, unaware. I saw you in your car driving with your phone in your hand. I saw you at the playground looking at your phone while your child’s life passed you by. The Google Pixel 3 Is A Very Good Phone. But Maybe Phones Have Gone Too Far

One of the best blog posts I have ever read. Seriously. An epic treatise on scheduling, bug tracking, and triage