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April 22, 2023
Making the OS of the future more helpful
February 25, 2023
How can the OS of the future support our best, even when we’re in a rush?
January 14, 2023
WonderOS and other things I’m working on
January 1, 2023
2023: Now it’s getting interesting
December 28, 2022
A new way to think about notifications in the OS of the future
January 10, 2021
In a day, you might design an interface that will take weeks or months to develop. Then you’ll find out it should be a little bit different. More weeks.
The coding step of the process of building software takes infinitely more time than it should, and it grinds every process it is a part of down to first gear.
To develop the experiments and demos for my research work — exploring the ideas for the future of the operating system — I needed something that didn’t exist:
A framework that would let me develop wild ideas in minutes, not months.
In today’s LN 001, I share an early demo of the framework I’ve been working on to allow me to do just that.
Read it here:
LN 001: Building apps in minutes, not months
Looking for more to read? This week I also published a new post: Build and rebuild.