How is being built has a root domain ( being served as a Ruby on Rails app on Heroku, the subdomain being served as static pages built by Jekyll and served on GitHub Pages, and the subdomain being served as by Publify on Heroku. All three domains are cached by Cloudflare.

Jekyll Now was used to create one blog post on, but now all remnants of that have been removed. The pertinent information from that post has been copied to this post.

The white paper on was originally built using Ratchet (see, but that has been converted to Jekyll.

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The bare skeleton of has been assembled: a Rails app with user signups; a white paper; a user-interface experimental prototype that shows how HTML elements can be dragged and dropped to new positions in a web page; this blog, which supports comments on its posts; and email (inbound to and outbound to anyone). What is missed most is the user capability of installing working web pages--especially web pages with embedded JavaScript. I haven't thought enough about whether and how to enable that capability. There are websites like that provide that capability. Googling 'how does jsfiddle work' gives some information on how it works. (See, for example, After enabling (or forgoing) that capability, I will have a better idea how to lay out's "lab"--that is, its experiments. Then I will concentrate on providing more experimental prototypes and more background depth on the Mashweb concept. The background will be covered in this blog and in the white paper, for example by giving references and reviews on applications like Chickenfoot. Happy explorations!

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