Football, Bush, Hypercard & Mullenweg

The (African) Arab Cup

Morocco’s World Cup heroics are forging a new, dissident Third-World solidarity, reflecting the multifaceted nature of Moroccan identity itself: simultaneously Arab, African, and Amazigh… In importing Moroccan stadium culture to Doha, this World Cup also brought hyper-local debates about Moroccan language and national identity to the world stage.

As We May Think

Consider a future device… in which an individual stores all his books, records, and communications, and which is mechanized so that it may be consulted with exceeding speed and flexibility. It is an enlarged intimate supplement to his memory.

Vannevar Bush’s 1945 essay on the future of information storage, organisation & retrieval.

Still Going

I recently wrote a short e-zine about my personal experience and feelings with using old hardware and software today. I figured that it would be perfect to write that in HyperCard which is a piece of software that was discontinued back in 1998.

Matt Mullenweg Interview

On buying and running Tumblr, content moderation, Apple’s App Store approval process, Musk, Twitter, &c.