Gists and the Gist API

GitHub revolutionized software development by responding to a deep desire to share information. But calling it just "sharing" does a disservice to the tools GitHub provides: these tools remove barriers to communication and streamline workflows. These tools also arose at exactly the moment when the information technology revolution forced companies to adopt more open technologies which assisted an emerging remote workforce.


1. Explained best by Ben Zimmer http://www.bostonglobe.com/ideas/2012/05/05/dude-this-headline-meta-dude-this-headline-meta/it75G5CSqi82NtoQHIucEP/story.html?camp=pm
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