I recently joined the team at Standard Notes as a technical writer. My role is to research and learn the often complicated details behind privacy, security, and technology then explain them in simple, digestible articles.

My articles are located at standardnotes.org/knowledge and are linked below.

What is Encryption? — Knowledge Base | Standard Notes
Encryption is the process of transforming readable text or data, called plaintext, into unreadable code called ciphertext. After the data is transformed, it is said to be encrypted. The reverse transformation process from cip...
What is End-to-End Encryption? — Knowledge Base | Standard Notes
End-to-end encryption is a system of encryption that allows parties to communicate in a way that severely limits the potential for third-parties to eavesdrop on or t...
What is Electron? — Knowledge Base | Standard Notes
Electron is an open source software framework that software developers can use to create desktop apps that work across Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems. Background: Each operating system can only run apps written in...

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