Ye Olde Blogroll

Maybe you are tired of algorithms curating your news feed, or maybe you just wish it was 2004 again! Here you can find a humanly curated list of personal blogs, some of them popular, all of them regularly updated.

Bye bye, TinyLetter (I still hate newsletters)

The Verge on the recently discontinued TinyLetter newsletter service. I remember playing with it years ago and, while I liked the minimalism, I never found a good use for it. The truth is that… I hate newsletters. My email inbox is already a hot mess, why would I want to...

Apple going to kneecap the web: PWAs

Remember the days when Apple used to pitch itself as David in the David and Goliath stories? Well, the tables have turned. Apple, in a short number of days, are going to intentionally kill off PWA support. This affects developers, businesses and users. When any documentation eventually emerged, Apple not...

Default Apps 2024

I’m two or three months late to this blogging trend I’ve seen in some of the blogs I follow, but here’s my list of current default apps! You’ll see that I use Workflowy for many different things, and I plan on writing soon a post about how I use this...

Agile anti-patterns that can harm UX

Agile was created by developers, for developers. Like an unwanted guest who never received a golden ticket to the magical Agile factory, design has never really got a look in. This, 100%. I have experienced all these anti-patterns during my career but, as the author writes, there are several ways...

RSSHub: RSS-ify everything

RSSHub is a useful online tool that generates RSS feeds for websites that don’t have one. That allows me to follow pretty much anything from my news reader (NetNewsWire) or my podcasts app (Pocket Casts).


This is the opening track of Jonathan Wilson’s album Eat the Worm, one of my favorites of 2023 and a recommendation of my good friend Eduard. The music video I’m sharing is amazing and it was created by Andrea Nakhla using AI stable diffusion.

Estate Sale

Last week, in one of my multiple moments of procrastination, I found on Craigslist an ad about an estate sale (for non-Americans, a general sale of all the material belongings in a household). Not something I’d normally be interested in, but the highlight of this one was a vinyl record...

The State of UX in 2024

An accurate report of the state of User Experience Design in 2024, a convulse year with waves of layoffs, a job market saturated, and the strong irruption of AI in the tech industry.

New site, who dis

November 2014. That was the last time I redesigned my personal website, and it was also when I migrated all the content from Textpattern to Jekyll. At that time I was doing front-end professionally and I wanted to reflect that in my website. Oh, I was so proud of how...