Glitch apps we love and the stories behind them.
Can the web ever truly serve indie creators? This is where Jesse von Doom and Anthony Batt's Substation comes in.
These are the kinds of projects that remind people what creating the web can be like when they think beyond practicality.
Watching movies or playing games can get old after a while. You might need something unique to keep yourself (or maybe children) busy. Here are some projects that you can use when you’re feeling bored or anxious and need a distraction.
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There are plenty of ways that tech projects can make civic participation easier through mapping or just displaying information in an accessible way.
It can be difficult to remember all the different activist movements, let alone support them. So instead of having to keep track yourself, Glitch engineer Sarah Zinger made an app to do the heavy lifting.
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