There's no standard method, but there's an easy hack to do this. Click through to learn how.
There's no need at all for the web3 in order for creators to reclaim their independence. It can all be done on the existing web.
Hear me talk about where the the part of the web is going that is “content”, why it’s so critical to invest in it & the web creator landscape, and what Google is doing about it.
What makes a piece of content, or sub-platform truly open, and part of the open web's content corpus? Here's a framework to help you answer this question.
Remy recently posted an interesting, thought-provoking read on framework fatigue and how we’re making the web more complex ourselves: If you didn’t gather off the bat from the title, the problem with developing front end projects isn’t that it’s harder or more complicated, it’s that...
How should using the web feel like? What should the experience be like? What is the web we want?