30 Dec '16, 7pm

Mike Szczys on the State of the Hackaday

Mike Szczys on the State of the Hackaday

Hey, that’s me! I had the honor of giving a talk at the Hackaday SuperConference in November about our editorial direction over the past year and looking towards the next. At any given time we have about 20-25 people writing articles for Hackaday. We depend on their judgment, experience, and skill to keep Hackaday fresh. It would be wonderful if you would join me in thanking all of the writers and editors for a great year by leaving your well-wishes in the comments. Take a look at the video of the talk, then join me below for a few more thoughts. In my talk, I walk through some of the articles and trends that I think were important over the past year. But in summary, I think this statement has the most power: Hackaday is Worth Reading. The level of click-bait, invasive advertising, and advertorials seen throughout the Internet feels like it has really exploded this year. H...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2016/12/30/mike-szczys-on-the-state-o...

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