A bunch of talented people from various backgrounds wrote some of the most amazing posts of the year.
Here are the top stories of 2016, all about the things they wrote.
The best stories are in bold.
#1: Why do we care?
– By Celine Baudrillard and Léa Meitner.
When the internet was in its infancy, there was one thing people really didn’t care about: why.
So when the internet exploded and the first people with an internet connection were able to access content, many of us were surprised by how little we cared.
The idea of having a connection was really new to most people.
But as more people began to connect, it became obvious that this connection mattered.
The connection to a place mattered.
And in order to have a connection to other people, you needed to care.
The people who cared, in fact, had to care, and this was a huge challenge for those who had never seen anything like it.
But the internet gave us something more.
We now have the power to change things.
It was one of the main reasons why I decided to write about this topic.
#2: Why did we build this?
– by Alexi Hawker and Kiki Staszewski.
The web is one of our most important social and economic systems.
In many ways, it’s the one thing that we all work on together.
And yet, we are still discovering how to connect to the world around us.
This has led to a huge amount of innovation in how we build web applications and websites.
But even with all these advances, the internet has a huge problem.
Most of the information that we’re accessing is already public, but it can still be extremely confusing and overwhelming for a lot of people.
The biggest problems with the web are that it’s built around a single, static piece of information.
It can be difficult to understand and navigate the network, and even when you understand what the information is, it can sometimes feel like it’s just a collection of random dots on a screen.
In order to fix this, I think it’s important to understand why we are building the web in the first place.
#3: How did you find your voice?
– and more.
– by Léon Wiesner and Andrew Ng.
You might know Lé on Twitter as @lionlion or Andrew Ng from @AndrewNg, but they aren’t exactly known for their writing skills.
Lé was a graduate student at Stanford when she started working as an intern in 2009.
She worked at Google in 2009 and was one the first graders in the company to start contributing to the codebase.
Andrew and I both worked at Yahoo in the same year, so we both started contributing to Yahoo in 2008, just before the dot-com bubble burst.
In 2010, Andrew was also the first person to write a book about his experience with the dot com bubble.
This book, called The Dot Com Bubble, made it to the top of Amazon’s bestseller list and went on to sell nearly 4 million copies.
In 2011, Andrew and Lue were invited to write the introduction for the book.
The book’s success inspired Lue to write her first book, the first book about how to write, and in 2013 she launched a startup called My Little Pony.
In 2016, Lue and Andrew were awarded the “Pony Express” award by the Technology Writers of America.
And since the dotcom bubble popped, Lé has been involved in countless projects, including being the lead designer for the Apple App Store.
#4: Why is the internet important?
– Part 2.
– By Alexi and Lior.
What makes the internet so important?
The internet is essential for almost every aspect of our lives, from shopping to watching movies to buying clothes.
And because of this, we should care about it.
The internet can be a very scary thing to use.
People have a lot to lose by making mistakes on the internet.
The more people who have access to the internet, the more opportunities there are for people to get caught up in bad things, like trolls or scam artists.
It’s a very difficult thing to handle when it’s so easily available.
But for many of the people who care the most about the internet—the people who are building apps, building websites, and creating social networks—access to the web is more important than access to any other source of information they have.
It gives them the ability to share ideas, to communicate and build networks, to explore new ideas.
The power of the internet is that it gives us the ability for many things to happen that were previously unimaginable.
We have access now to a lot more information than we ever have before, and we’re going to need to use it to make a lot better decisions and build a better world.
#5: What does the future hold for the internet?
– part 1. –