I'm writing this in web2. I own this domain (rbucks.com, although someday that might change) but I don't own the server hosting it. I don't have absolute control over the data that I'm saving to it. I can delete it (more accurately, I can request that the host delete it) but it's possible the host… Continue reading My foray into web3
I’ve wondered this myself. Where exactly does my content go when I click the publish button? And how does the internet work? Here’s my attempt to answer these fundamental questions. It starts here. A Brief History of the Internet The internet is essentially a network of computers that can communicate with each other by transmitting packets… Continue reading What actually happens when you click ‘publish’?
Here's a little something I wrote about what I've learned about HTML, the language that drives the layout of the web. HyperText Markup Language (HTML) has become one of the underlying technologies that make the modern internet possible. You don’t have to become an HTML master for typical use. Learning three simple aspects of HTML… Continue reading 3 things to know about HTML