2022 is officially here, and there’s lots to explore. I’ve published an article on where my core research work is headed this year.
Read it here:
2022: Expanding the exploration »
This is all in the article, but here are some highlights:
- Last year, I experimented with publishing all of my thoughts and work exploring the future of the operating system in 19 Lab Notes and a handful of other articles.
- In addition to writing and prototypes, I also published one experiment, an open source plugin for Obsidian that explores an implementation of some concepts found in my Lab Notes.
- I also worked on a handful of other small projects, most recently including a habits app that I created for myself (I’ll publish some on this as soon as I can learn a bit more from using it).
And looking ahead:
- In 2022, my high aim is to meaningfully expand and deepen my current exploration of personal computing’s future.
- I’m starting a membership program to support this work. If you want to see more work in this space happen in the world, consider joining. You will be directly supporting my research work, and in return, you’ll get access to a members-only newsletter with more articles and works-in-progress, pre-release and experimental software, and in some cases, discounts on things I sell. With this support, I can spend more time on independent research, writing, and collaborations.
- In addition to exploring more questions and experimenting with more concepts, my longer-term goal for this work is to construct an experimental new environment and platform for personal computing.
As always, I hope you’re well, and… Happy New Year!