What can we learn from someone's last tweets? Omar Rizwan joins Henry to chat about the Dynamicland way of thinking: communal, involving the whole person, user agency. We discuss user control, the problem of lists, industrial open source, materiality and embodiment, knowing through doing, and being aware of your emotions when programming. Also (of course) screenshots. (recorded in August) Transcript: https://hopeinsource.com/emotional.
- That's A Dynamicland Sort Of Thought
- What's Wrong With Lists?
- Dictating Terms To You
- Giving The User Control
- Industrial Open Source
- A Project You Identify With
- End User Programming
- "Personal" Computer Like A Personal Warehouse
- The Materiality Of Books
- Practical Solutions That Turn Into Rituals
- Optional Daycare Surveillance
- Skeuomorphism To Flat: Building Off Of Digital Literacy
- A Way Of Knowing By Name vs. A/B Test
- Tacit Knowing, Constructivist Education
- Respecting User Behavior
- Help People Do What They Want To Do
- Really Fine Grain Open Source
- Emotion-Aware Programming
- Being Immediately Useful
- "Open Input" Spaces
What is Hope in Source?
What are the parallels between faith and open source software? Join Nadia Eghbal and Henry Zhu for an off-the-cuff conversation between friends. Check out hopeinsource.com and nadiaeghbal.com/public-faith for the backstory