Words I wrote in 2017
I wrote 78 blog posts in 2017. That works out at an average of six and a half blog posts per month. I’ll take it.
Here are some pieces of writing from 2017 that I’m relatively happy with:
Going Rogue. A look at the ethical questions raised by Rogue One
In AMP we trust. My unease with Google’s AMP format was growing by the day.
A minority report on artificial intelligence. Revisiting two of Spielberg’s films after a decade and a half.
Progressing the web. I really don’t want progressive web apps to just try to imitate native apps. They can be so much more.
CSS. Simple, yes, but not easy.
Intolerable. A screed. I still get very, very angry when I think about how that manifestbro duped people.
Акула. Recounting a story told by a taxi driver.
Hooked and booked. Does A/B testing lead to dark patterns?
Ubiquity and consistency. Different approaches to building on the web.
I hope there’s something in there that you like. It always a nice bonus when other people like something I’ve written, but I write for myself first and foremost. Writing is how I figure out what I think. I will, of course, continue to write and publish on my website in 2018. I’d really like it if you did the same.
This was originally posted on my own site.