On holding space for ambiguity.
To whom are we actually responsible?
No office without politics, no politics without unions.
Maybe we’re not burned out but burned up.
Every argument about how we work is an argument about power.
Rereading like your life depends on it.
What thoughts are you thinking with?
Lessons on leading a remote team when the world’s on fire.
On the boredom and misogyny of gendered bots.
Hyperlinks are great, actually.
What is hypertext for?
The competitive advantage of the de-industrialized workplace.
On being a woman in tech.
A talk presented at the 10th annual dConstruct conference in Brighton, England.
Observations about what makes for a good remote culture, and why it’s likely here to stay.
Publishing the hard way.
Thoughts on GitHub, discrimination, and language.
A close look at the origins and evolution of the word “meritocracy,” and the politics that our language reveals.
A responsive redesign.
The tragic mode versus the comic mode.