I build things that are “useful clever” - apps and software that solve real problems for real people. This is a home for research, experiments, and releases.
Today’s links lean into the work I’m doing in the day job, a startup focused on Web3 education.
Some follow up on last week’s password topic, other updates from WWDC, and some interesting movement from a smart home device manufacturer releasing firmware after public pressure.
Hardware tokens, recovery phrases, and a coming change in authentication - let’s talk about some of the good things coming out of the Web3 ecosystem.
A very light list for this Memorial Day weekend in the US. I hope all of you in the US are getting a little extra time to recharge with the family and friends.
Web3 skepticism is in vogue right now. Some is healthy, but some misses just how early we are in whatever this wave of technology will be. Web3’s biggest advocates don’t help, conflating implmentation and aspirations into one conversations. I tried to unpack that a bit with this week’s reads.