I've been building open-source social networking software for the past four years, which has given me the unique opportunity to be involved in a wide variety of projects to build social networks and related tools. My experience has revealed a number of insights into the way that user interaction patterns are designed on websites that encourage a website's engagement and adoption to the point that it can grow organically from almost nothing – or, conversely, that doom a website to silent irrelevance in a distant corner of the web.
Isaac is a product manager, programmer, author, founder, investor, and game developer. Cookies are his kryptonite.
- Arguments against the threat of artificial superintelligence
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- Reverse data in a Google Spreadsheet array