“Compared to the industrialized information factories of Buzzfeed, Facebook, and Twitter (or even the NY Times or Gawker), what I do is handcrafted. There’s no assembly line. I read a bunch of stuff and then write about just a few relevant things. It’s inefficient as hell, but most of the time, it results in a… Continue reading Handcrafted
So I didn’t publish more than – what? – THREE blog posts in the second half of 2014. One of those was a guest post, so it doesn’t count. And another one was a podcast announcement, so it doesn’t really count, either. Which leaves me with a grand total of one (in numbers: 1) posts… Continue reading Shit I Learned From Not Blogging
Over the last few weeks, I was happy to stumble on a few familiar topics on other places around the internet. To begin with, it looks like James Altucher beats me when it comes to the long haul: Time it takes to reinvent yourself: five years. Here’s a description of the five years: Year One:… Continue reading Long Haul Reinvention, Thinking in Public, and the Idle Computer
On our mission to make blogging fun again, Milo McLaughlin and I yesterday launched our first bize-sized online course: The C.A.K.E. Method was developed for blogging warriors, worriers and wannabes and is available now for the ridiculously cheap price of $19. Basically, we will teach you our method to brainstorm new content ideas, put them… Continue reading Join me for C.A.K.E.?
In the newest episode of our podcast, Milo and I meet up with Michael Nobbs to talk about vacations, our inner geek, and Amazon’s secret to making a profit from blogging. We also spill the beans about our upcoming bite-sized course, The C.A.K.E Method. We are building this course for those of you who’d like… Continue reading Getting Geeky (and a bite-sized course about cake and blogging)