Lately, I find myself admiring HEY World, a new tool from the makers of the collaboration platform Basecamp. Here’s how it works: If you use HEY, their (paid) email service, you can write an email, send it to a specific address, and publish it for the world to see. The published email is distributed to readers, … Continue reading HEY World makes what’s old new again with blogging.
It had been a few years since I got really excited about a new application or a new service — but I’m happy to report that the drought has ended. Over the past three months, I have come across at least four fantastic applications that made me fall in love with the Internet all over … Continue reading Hey HEY
In today’s episode of Stuck@Om, I have a conversation with my friend Jason Fried, the co-founder and CEO of Basecamp. We talk about the parts of lockdown that we’ve enjoyed, as well as the ways it has made us more thankful. Jason admits that we don’t realize how much we take for granted. Hopefully, when … Continue reading [PODCAST] Stuck@Om with Jason Fried
It just might be the worst kind of milestone to note — today is the 50th day of my isolation. What started on February 29 as a precaution, is now become a way of life. I have not had much contact with the outside world. Three friends have dropped by and said hello from their … Continue reading #50
In 2006, based on the notion of seamless connectivity, portable devices and changing nature of what would drive primary economic activity, I started a sub-blog called WebWorkerDaily. It was a place to explore the idea of what is the future of work. For me, the future of work was distributed. I was optimistic that the … Continue reading Jason Fried on the Future of Work, 13 years later