Designing for different timescales
While working on the design mocks of some ideas, I've been thinking about how tools / products can function on different temporal scales.
How do you break the silence and start writing about the silence itself?
Tell me what you think
I don't believe in proclamation and that thoughts should just be told. Only through discussion can both parties arrive to a conclusion and understand each other.
Freedom of missing out
It's been around a month since I've reduced the amount of content I consume to its long time minima. By "content" I mean the stream of content that I don't care about and don't want to consume, but as the internet flushes my brain with it, I have no other choice but letting it feed my braincells with dopamine. In the last few months a growing urge to change something has been growing inside me, out of the frustration of having a hard time focusing and my motivation to produce was oppressed by the constant noise of feeds, magazines, news and videos.
Surface as a task manager
Using surface as a non-linear task management system.
Stakit ― a modular toolkit for building static websites
A static-site generator seems like a platform: it enforces a templating language and its custom content structure. I could never get used to these rules.
Why did I choose artificial intelligence as my bachelor's program?
Atomic social networks
Nowadays, social networks seem to rule the internet — from big players, who wish to own the entire world, to smaller ones, who want nothing more than to give a slightly different experience for their users. “Shadow” social networks are everywhere, forming a web of dependency loops.
At the beginning of the year I've set out to stop chasing my productive habbits, mostly out of the frustration of unhealthy eating and a growing reading list. "A year of inputs, instead of outputs", I've said. It hit me as a surprise that, even though I was able to focus on these habbits, February and March were highly productive periods. It was a natural state: I had things to say ― or to make.
Reverse-engineering future into daily tasks
An introduction to the framework I use to work on meaningful tasks every day. Almost every night I go to bed with a question: "did this day contribute to the future I would like to live?".
Are you the owner?
About peer-to-peer publishing. On a free and hardly definable space, like the internet, the whole system is based on ownership. Different locations are owned by countries, corporations and people, just like on the surface of the Earth; though it's much more challening to draw the boundaries of the former.
ntain ― a peer-to-peer file sharing site
My first try at building a peer-to-peer application based on Beaker Browser ― a retrospection. This entry was written one year after the events, as it's a very important period and I missed it from my timeline.
Redefining image maps
Once upon a time images appeared on websites with interactive areas inside. They were called image maps. During the summer of 2017, together with my friend and mentor Csaba we've created Pictogon ― a modern image map editor.
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