Glitch apps we love and the stories behind them.
Twelve hours of live music, fifteen thousand words of commentary, one Glitch app.
In the first episode of Shift Shift Forward we dive into games we love, check out some of our favorite picks.
Agriculture has driven technology advances since the dawn of civilization, so it makes good sense that farmers need mobile-friendly tools to manage their crops in the modern era.
There's so much you can do with Glitch's new features, we asked around to see what our first members were doing with their boosting capabilities.
The web goes through waves of centralization and decentralization, and it’s within the decades-long legacy of community-focused creativity that Substation, designed with revenue for indie artists in mind, was born.
The web has gotten a bit routine and that’s why David Allin Reese’s "mutating newsletter" is a refreshing surprise.
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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