My name is Mohamed Attahri. I'm from Casablanca, Morocco, and I live in New York City with my wife Nihad Zahri. I work for a technology company called Enigma.
I left all social media platforms but one before I realized that my content over 280 characters was still in search for a home. Writing code is one of my favorite things to do, so I had no excuse not to host it on a server I own. In many ways, I think of this site as my small contribution to a more decentralized web.
What you will find here is born of the desire to write more than that of being read. I still hope that you, reader, will find something that interests you among the many interests that I have.
New York, February 2nd, 2019,
Acceptable Online, Outrageous Offline
February 19, 2019
An analogy to illustrate the difference between what a person would consider as acceptable online versus offline in terms of privacy.
Free the data, multiply the curators
February 17, 2019
How do we sustain and improve the level of content creation that exists today, but provide users with more choice in terms of curation? A proposal.
The problem with Twitter
February 03, 2019
Twitter is the only social platform I use, but I'm more and more unhappy with it for two main reasons: algorithmic curation of content, and the increasingly visible effects of polarization in the debate.