The Internet is the far-west. Lots of bad things happen all the time. For the second time this year, one of my article was stolen. I feel robbed.
Craft is a serious newcomer to an already crowded space of note taking apps. After a few months of use, Craft is now at the center of my blogger workflow, alongside Notion. Find out why in this article.
How many websites a blogger can have? Good question. I do have (too?) many, each filling their own niche. On that subject, something caught my attention yesterday in the public announcement of HEY’s experiment: “Hello, World!”. Jason Fried explaining why he never had a blog: “It was primarily because setting up a personal blog was... Continue Reading →
Photo by MChe Lee on Unsplash Here is a short story. When I was studying computer science at the university, there was a course with this borderline weirdo teacher teaching algorithmic. He really was a brain. That wasn’t an easy course, and it had a bad reputation among students. At the beginning of the semester,... Continue Reading →
Successful bloggers publish frequently and consistently. They meet their busy publishing schedule while being efficient. See the tools they could use to make a real difference.
As the pandemic has put my summer vacation plans in flux, my wife and I settled on renting a chalet instead1. We couldn’t be happier about this updated plan. For the next few days, it’s going to be the environment where I hope it will enable my creativity. My view while sitting on nearby chair... Continue Reading →
If you are a blogger like me, you may find it interesting to learn about what tools other bloggers are using. If you are not (yet) a blogger, you’ll see what it takes to start and thrive! As a long time blogger, I’m happy to share with you all the details about my workflow. You’ll... Continue Reading →
My numeric life is full of experiments. Micro.blog is one of them but it is coming to an end. There, I said it: bye-bye micro.blog. Here is why I’m leaving the microblogging platform very soon. My minimalist presence on Micro.blog What is it, anyway? According to @MacGenie, a prominent user of the microblogging platform: The... Continue Reading →
Fighting Facebook takes many forms. As they threaten so many parts of our society, our response has to be diversified. Molly Lambert writing on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mollylambert/status/1189229640692518912?s=20 Brent Simmons response goes in the same vein I mine. It is a matter of choice and willingness. Big corporations like Facebook not only are a challenge for democracy,... Continue Reading →
I came across this post recently about having a personal blog: At the risk of sounding religious about this, and maybe I am, our personal websites are our temples. They remain the one space on the internet where we decide how we are introduced to friends, potential employees and strangers. It’s a place where we... Continue Reading →