December 20, 2021

Interesting Things on the Internet: December 20th 2021 Edition

  • The creator economy. If there's going to be a "creator economy", I too want it to be about moving the world in a better direction, and not just a few rock star youTubers.
  • Open Source Software Virtual Incubator. Nice to see someone trying an open proposals process to help fund open source. It'd be good if that led to a more collaborative process between entrants.
  • Webrise. Written before the recent log4j crisis, but good thoughts the need for more and more diverse funding for the web. I'd like there to be an organisation that funded and supported Internet-native approaches to the world. It's been over a decade since I wrote about my disappointments with the British Computer Society. I've given them over a grand in subscription fees in that time, it would've been nice to give it to a better organisation instead.
Posted by Adrian at December 20, 2021 10:45 AM | TrackBack

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