Skip to main content

My biggest issue with most CRM: it wants to "own" all the data instead of integrating with where it actually lives.

Dividing up work continues to be a best practice. Interesting to see the use of proto buffers here.

You don't own your HP printer, it owns you.

The common mistake with Keynes is treating history as theory and theory as history.

Enables servers to identify resources that will not be updated during their freshness lifetime (no re-validations)

Weekend viewing: videos are up from the 2017 Node Summit

After watching several months of sustained storytelling, they could even pass up Amazon in the near future.

Wired seems late to the party on this. Smart phones fulfilled this prophecy many years ago.