Tangled Web is a conversation about where we are now and where we're going with the web. I believe that the web will continue to evolve exponentially for decades to come. I believe that the future web will be more free, more open and more human than ever. On the Tangled Web podcast I talk about the tech transformations that could change everything. Join me for fresh insights into the future of the web every other week. The web has only just begun.
Here’s to the holes in your CV
From my earliest days of work, I was warned about an affliction that might threaten my career: the hole in the CV or the gap in the résumé. Here’s how one technology has entrenched the idea of job after job after job, and how another technology promises to explode that convention.
Why it’s important to be open in tech podcasting with Martin Feld
Martin Feld believes in RSS, the protocol for getting podcasts out there, so much that he used the letters RSS to name his Really Specific Stories podcast. Why? Because RSS is _open_. No one controls it. Anyone can put out a podcast on RSS.
Tech podcasting versus tech YouTubing versus tech TikToking with Tarek Madany Mamlouk
Tarek Madany Mamlouk is all about tech content. From hour-long multi-host podcasts through snappy YouTube explainers to TikToks, he has it all covered. Join Tarek and me for our lively conversation about tech content creation.
Talking web3 with Alexandra Arens from Venly Expert Talks
Alexandra Arens is host of the Venly Expert Talks podcast, where she releases weekly conversations about all things web3. I wanted to talk to Alexandra as part of my deep dive into tech podcasting, to help me with where I'm going with this podcast.
I've reached a pivot point with Tangled Web. I don't quite know where I'm going to be taking it from here. Rather than decide in isolation, I thought I'd let you know what I'm thinking. If you have any thoughts, do let me know what you're thinking, too!
How I know that Facebook is dead
Facebook is dead. I'm aware that this is a bold statement, seeing as three and a half billion people are on Facebook. That's a sizeable user base for a dead tech giant. How do I know that Facebook is dead? Here's the clue: Facebook won't let me give them money.