Can we stop pretending that there ever was a golden age of the Internet? Even better, can we stop pretending that "something went wrong" with the Internet? Maybe, just maybe, it was always a little messed up.
The Internet, as it is, is broken. It is not enough to salvage the status quo. We must rethink our approach. Over the next several posts, I want to focus on the people and organizations who doing just that.
At this time tomorrow, if all goes according to plan, I will be safely ensconced in a hotel in Orlando. I am attending and presenting at HASTAC 2017.
As part of my migration to Ghost, I tried the Ghost(Pro) trial. They had a lot of great options and excellent support. My final decision, however, was less a matter of features than it was a reflection of my philosophy on technology and craft.