I wrote about my impressions with this software development platform: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/cors-and-request-parsing-in-begin-com-functions-4b5cee3139d6 I expressed some confusion about certain obstacles and described some workarounds. Ryan from the project replied on Twitter and helped me towards figuring out the issues, and I'm quite satisfied with proper solutions. I amended my post with the answers. But I think it'd … Continue reading Beginning development with function and a DB on Begin
Presenting the newest part of the overflow.space/Operating Space publishing infrastructure: a forum! Keep an eye on it for new content from me. It'll integrate with the blog in yet-to-be-determined ways. You could also join... it's in beta.
Note: I wanted to get this article finished and published before the protests, and before the vote. Oh well. Last Saturday across Europe there were demonstrations and protests against proposed new EU copyright legislation. The concerning legislation concerns 'online content-sharing service providers', which means sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and regular web hosting companies. Right … Continue reading Draft: Article 13
Ideas about non-linear ways of representing information [...] precede the invention of the computer. But it was computer technology that enabled a blossoming of competing hypertext projects, various network protocols and commercial software products.
Here's the newest component of my little media empire, a chat room: chat.operatingspace.net It runs on Urbit, which is a fascinating, complex project which I'll sum up here as: a decentralised, programmable social network. This blog post is a tutorial for something I just learned how to do: set up nginx to give a nice … Continue reading Using nginx to give your Urbit page a nice URL