Living 12

Tags: Books, Politics, Technology

iOS Default Browser

For years, iOS has opened links with Safari with no way for you to change it. iOS 14 finally allows setting your default browser. Read more »

Political and Personal Diversity

As the world embraces diversity we should be mindful of where it's encouraged and where it's prevented and why. Read more »

Exponentials in Pandemics and Innovation

Whether inside a computer or real life, a linear system under exponential pressure crashes and fails. Read more »

Georgia's COVID-19 Growth Curve

How well are we “flattening the curve”? Track the spread of coronavirus in Georgia over time in a graph and table. Read more »

How hard would it be to …?

Identifying calibrated questions aimed at software developers Read more »

A More Representative Democracy

An outline for how a simple website could solve many of the problems with our current legislative systems. Read more »

Learning to Draw

After college I found myself with more free time than I needed, so I decided to learn to draw. Here's how I went about it along with a small gallery. Read more »

The Communication Age

The explosion of the Internet and mobile devices shaped a new age where people across the globe are always connected and always communicating, irreversibly changing the way we meet, work, govern, and socialize. Read more »

The Past, Present, and Future of Computers

Computers have made an undeniably permanent mark on the world, but their success wasn't gained overnight. They slowly improved what they could do, leading to advancements that led to new advancements. Let's look at how they progressed to what they are today and try to predict what they might do in the future. Read more »

Smart is Overrated

Being smart is better than being stupid, but smart shouldn’t be the first word you want applied to you. How did smart get so important? How can it work against you? What other traits are more important? Read more »

Speaking outside yourself

Examples of how people commonly avoid personal responsibility in discussions by implying facts or universal truths. Read more »

Get Inspired

A collection of videos, songs and articles with so much heart and insight they affect me every time I watch. Maybe they’ll do the same for you. Read more »