Blog posts I haven’t written lately

Last year I joked… Thinking about writing a blog post listing the blog posts I’ve been meaning to write… Maybe that will save some time — Adam Lofting (@adamlofting) November 20, 2015 Now, it has come to this. 9 blog posts I’ve not been writing Working on working on the impact of impact Designing Games… Continue reading Blog posts I haven’t written lately

A ‘free’ online learning experience

I’ve blogged about various experiences of online learning I’ve taken part in over the years and wanted to reflect on the most recent one. Coursera’s three week Introduction to Ableton Live. Learning more about learning is one of my personal goals this year. And I find writing out loud to be useful tool in thinking.… Continue reading A ‘free’ online learning experience

Weeknotes: 23 Jan 2015

I managed to complete roughly five of my eleven goals for the week. Made progress on (but have not cracked) daily task management for the newly evolving systems Caught up on some email from time off, but still a chunk left to work through Spent more time writing code than expected Illness this week slowed… Continue reading Weeknotes: 23 Jan 2015

One month of Webmaker Growth Hacking

This post is an attempt to capture some of the things we’ve learned from a few busy and exciting weeks working on the Webmaker new user funnel. I will forget some things, there will be other stories to tell, and this will be biased towards my recurring message of “yay metrics”. How did this happen?… Continue reading One month of Webmaker Growth Hacking

When ‘less than the sum of our parts’ is a good thing

Here’s a happy update about our combined Mozilla Foundation (MoFo) and Mozilla Corporation (MoCo) contributor dashboards. TL;DR: There’s a demo All Mozilla Contributor Dashboard you can see at areweamillionyet.org It’s a demo, but it’s also real, and to explain why this is exciting might need a little context. Since January, I’ve been working on MoFo… Continue reading When ‘less than the sum of our parts’ is a good thing

New Google Sheets: publishing a single worksheet to the web as CSV

With the switch to the new version of Google Sheets, the option to publish a specific worksheet and then access that as a CSV file has disappeared (hopefully just temporarily). In the new Google Sheets, I managed to publish a worksheet as a CSV by piecing together answers from here and here. This is how… Continue reading New Google Sheets: publishing a single worksheet to the web as CSV

The immediate value of working in the open

I’m both excited and a tiny bit nervous about how “open” Mozilla are about the way they work. As I’m getting to know the Foundation, and the projects and priorities, and to make sense of what exactly I’ll be doing here I’ve been reading lots of Etherpads. If you don’t know what an Etherpad is,… Continue reading The immediate value of working in the open