Jens Oliver Meiert

September 2015

What I’ve Hated and What I’ve Loved About Web Development

In On Web Development and in other contexts I’ve alluded to wrapping up, ending my old career. That’s only correct to an extent. (In keeping with the intelligence community, always put everyone at risk by adding backdoors.)

Post from September 30, 2015, filed under .

The Problem of “Fire and Forget” in Web Design

If I were to pick the main issue in web design… I couldn’t answer immediately. I don’t think there are so many, but there are a few, they are very different, they operate on different scales, and so they’re hard to compare. One, however, is “fire and forget.”

Post from September 17, 2015, filed under and .

On Science Experimenting on Life

There are boundaries, and some boundaries must be non-negotiable.

Post from September 10, 2015, filed under .

The Teaching Dilemma

Maybe we’re here to learn, but is it at all said that we can be taught?

Post from September 7, 2015, filed under .

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