This is my second experiment with blogging about computing.
I have been writing for about one year and am posting many topics at once in no particular order.
I suggest that you examine the list of topics first, and choose articles that interest you.
I try to write in a personal style.
I use hyperbole and controversy liberally as a way to underline ideas. Don't believe everything I say, without further introspection.
My intention is to report on what I see and, with hope, get the reader to stop and to think about the various topics I discuss.
I try to simplify. I leave out details. Details kill.
First comes breadth of understanding, then comes depth of understanding. Details can be filled in later. I believe that the details are important, but need not be addressed in the first pass through. Divide & conquer also applies to writing, reading, understanding.
I haven't settled on a way to allow comments in my blog.
TC;DU - too many options.
I need shuhari regarding blog comments.
For the time being, send email to email@example.com.
Maybe I will duplicate some comments in my posts, or, maybe I will summarize comments, or maybe I will ignore them, or, maybe someone will suggest the perfect comment gathering solution that fits my particular set of biases…
 Programming Language
 Diagrams as Syntax.
 That includes GOTOs, global variables, global types, global functions, global namespaces, etc.
 Corollary: complicated solutions are a cop-out. Complicated solutions should not be rewarded through acceptance and use. TC;DU - too complicated, didn't use.
 N.B. FP (Functional Programming) is a paradigm. A single paradigm.