I’m Daniel — Poet, Writer, and Tech Tinkerer

What do poetry and technology have in common? They both sound like gibberish to anyone on the outside.

But poetry and technology don’t have to be gibberish; they can each be elegant and powerful tools and companions for every-day life. As someone on the border of technology and the humanities I am passionate about making both technology and poetry more accessible.

This site is a digital garden, meaning that it is an organic space that is meant to be explored as I work and tend it.

Here you’ll find longer form articles and poems as well as my raw notes.

  • About Me
  • My book of poetry
  • My Web Development Portfolio
  • My Toolbox

Featured Articles

  • The Best Context Aware Link is You!
    We are in a modern renaissance of hypertext thinking, but the lynchpin is not bi-directional linking, it's you.
    • org-roam
    • hypertext-thinking
    • how-i-write-these-notes
    • my-toolbox
    • featured
  • How I used Twitter as a CMS
    How I built a website that uses the Twitter API to fetch data from tweets I liked to create a grid of colors.
    • Playful Learning
    • svelte
    • website
    • TwitJS
    • Twitter
    • featured
  • Create a Basic Svelte Site
    A short guide to creating a simple Svelte site with animations and transitions.
    • svelte
    • website
    • animation
    • featured
  • Hypertext Writing
    Every medium has its strengths. There are considerable strengths inherent to a digital, web-based, way of thinking -- first and foremost is the sheer amount of interactivity and connections you can make.
    • writing
    • hypertext-thinking
    • xanadu
    • ted-nelson
    • website
    • digital thinking
    • featured
  • Art Doesn't Have to be Viral
    The promise of the internet is one of instant fame, and if you play your cards right, fortune that can literally take you to the stars, but is that really art's purpose?
    • art
    • culture-care
    • relationship
    • community
    • featured

Featured Poems

  • Time must now sit still
    A haiku by D.S. Chapman
    • haiku
    • ayop
    • featured
    • time
  • Sunset
    A poem from Seasons of Thought by D.S. Chapman
    • autumn
    • rain
    • love
    • light
    • featured
  • Evergreen
    🌲 A poem by D.S. Chapman
    • nature
    • tree
    • Northwest
    • autumn
    • fall
    • home
    • ayop
    • featured
  • A Poem on Psalm 46
    A poem based on Psalm 46, written by D.S. Chapman
    • psalm
    • peace
    • war
    • poems on the psalms
    • incarnation
    • featured


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