Elevator pitch: CodeCon in writing.

A peer-reviewed journal on the Web, with articles that describe the details of your latest hack (what? why? how? lessons?) in relaxed technical language. I expect articles to be sorta like written CodeCon presentations: geeky, detailed, and raw.

I’ve got a real rough mockup of what the site would look like. Abstracts on the left (these are made up), paragraph summaries of interesting hacks on the right (these are real). A navbar with About, Archives, and Contribute.

So here’s what I’m looking for (email me!):

Your thoughts: good idea? bad idea? suggestions? criticisms?
Names: got a better one? like this one? hate this one?
Volunteers: I need designers, writers, editors, reviewers, etc.

Once again, email me!

posted May 21, 2003 12:05 PM (Technology) #


Matrix Unloaded
MediaCon: Lobbying
1201 Hearings
Joss Quest
RFC: Annals of Planet Hacking
PowerPoint Remix
Your Mission, Should You Choose to Accept It
Charging Society
Dave Winer Keynote
Like Father Like Son

Aaron Swartz (me@aaronsw.com)