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    LAB NOTES
    LAB NOTES
    LN 000
    Table of Contents

    The Lab Notes

    The Lab Notes document the progress, experiments, and insights in my research on the future of personal computing.

    The most recent notes are listed on the left starting at the top. As a sort of table of contents, here is a living guide to diving in.

    If you're reading for the first time, a good one to start with is LN 014: The Graph OS.

    Having fun with items

    Having fun with itemized views

    Having fun with item graphs

    Having fun with items with dates

    Having fun with item services

    New models for computational thinking

    New models for software development

    Experiments

    Context

    These articles help set the stage for these Lab Notes:

    One long-form article has resulted from these Lab Notes so far:


    It is the goal of these Lab Notes to explore how personal computing might be improved in order to expand human capacity to think, create, collaborate, and do.

    Much of what we explore will revolve around new and renewed ideas for the user environment of the operating system of the future. We will also explore how software is built, the business of software development, and a few other related topics.

    These Lab Notes will be published regularly. In general, they will be short, seeking to quickly but meaningfully illustrate a discrete topic, insight, or experiment that has come out of my research. I hope to as often as possible include demos, live or in video, that bring the topic to life on your screen.

    Some of the Lab Notes will build on each other, and some will present new starting points for exploring possible answers to our key questions.

    A primary goal of these Lab Notes is to open up meaningful discussion on the topic areas being covered. If you think of something interesting, or see how work relates to something else you found curious, please reach out.

    For more, read the article on How I approach my core work, which concludes with a discussion on how these Lab Notes contribute to that work.

    In sum, I believe that there exists a better way forward for personal computing. I do not purport to have all the answers, but I am coming at this equipped with some intriguing starting points, and motivated by a lifelong obsession with what potential personal computing presents to the future of our society.

    Something spark a thought? Send me an email or come chat on Twitter.


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