Print is Dad

To kick off the new year, Chris Guillebeau just launched his Unconventional Guide to Publishing.1 His offer made me think about my own stance towards traditional publishing and the current state of selling books. … For me, self-publishing one ebook and one huge e-guide in 2011 was a great experience. The creative freedom digital self-publishing… Continue reading Print is Dad

Hub Travel: The Anti-Hacker’s Guide to Seeing the World Without Stressing Out, Going Broke or Losing Your Mind

I am always impressed and a little jealous when I see travel hackers outline the way they organize their trips around the world. A recent example was this über-post on how to organize an international adventure. Tyler covers it all: From budgeting your trip and earning airline miles to hiring tour guides the smart way.… Continue reading Hub Travel: The Anti-Hacker’s Guide to Seeing the World Without Stressing Out, Going Broke or Losing Your Mind

Good Reads, Gunpowder Treason Edition

One year ago, The Friendly Anarchist went live with a short post remembering the gunpowder plot of 1605 and a speech from V, main character of the Hollywood movie V for Vendetta, based on Alan Moore’s graphic novel of the same name. It was a bit of a coincidence, but then, why not start a… Continue reading Good Reads, Gunpowder Treason Edition

Review Paid To Exist – and a (Life-Changing) Give-Away!

Monday mornings can suck. Oh hell, they can. And I’m not just bitching because I currently experiment with a lifestyle of nightowlism (more on that in my next post!) – Monday mornings can suck big time, and we’ve all have experienced it. Really bad Monday mornings start with an alarm clock. They are nearly always… Continue reading Review Paid To Exist – and a (Life-Changing) Give-Away!