These days I have little patience for people proposing technology in isolation.

“But what problem does it solve? How does it help people? How does it make things better for users?”

Proponents of new tech should have answers to these questions, good answers.

Wading through a bunch of broken tech, like dnssec, gpg or XMPP should have taught us that real solutions to real problems of real users matters.

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