Not every blogger needs a WordPress site in order to publish on the web. Micro.blog, an open platform for writing is a great alternative, albeit in need of some improvements.
Don't miss the 2021-01 update to my blogger workflow where many new tools were added and an important one was kicked out for privacy protection reasons. It's been a while since I provided an update to my blogger workflow. The last time was back in September of 2020. It's time for some tweaks. Click to... Continue Reading →
Since my last update to my blogger workflow, a few important additions has taken place. Here is my updated blogger workflow as of 2020-08. My blogger workflow as of 2020-08 The way I consume information has been enhanced by the arrival of the controversial HEY email service. I recently published my thoughts on HEY. I’m... Continue Reading →
Quite a few things happened since my previous blogger workflow update, in March. Mailbrew is in, Apple News is out, forgot about Reddit and a few surprises. Let's dig in. The biggest change is the introduction of Mailbrew Mailbrew comes in to complement News Explorer as a tool to help me get more efficient at... Continue Reading →
You may have noticed a reduction in my publication frequency. Don't worry, the reason is simple: I want to reserve this blog for longer posts. That being said, I'm very active on Micro.blog. In fact, I'm publishing more than ten times there than on this blog. You don't have to be a member of Micro.blog... Continue Reading →
Today, I want to let you know (or kindly remind you) that I'm also on the Micro.blog platform. This is my place for shorter posts about my favourite subjects. I like this place a lot for its simplicity, no ads, and the quality people we can find there. I'll have more to say about this... 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 →