Anil Dash on the Web’s Missing Pieces

[View Source] was one of the most effective technology teaching tools ever created. And no surprise, since the web was invented for the purpose of sharing knowledge.

That’s where I started. I remember there was a small golden age of writing little notes to whomever was browsing your source. It was like finding the carpenter’s name scratched in the bottom of a bench.

I’m not going to stop concatenating and minifying my sites, but perhaps leaving the original files/partials/whatever available to browse would be a step in that direction. Although, that’s probably what Github is used for these days. Another distant step removed from the web of old, but it’s where we’re at today.


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