A few notes on daily blogging

Austin Kleon posted this last year and it’s worth revisiting. He shared what led him back to writing more regularly, then the results. It was a success and he lists multiple reasons why. This one resonates with me: > I had forgotten how wonderful blogging is as a mode of thinking. Blogging is, for me, more about discovering what I have to say, and tweeting more about having a thought, then saying it the right way. It’s also great to be able to go as long or as short as you want to go. This kind…

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Still blogging

My family travelled out of town for 2 weeks in February. I had the pleasure of working for the entire time from the great cowork space at the Kamloops Innovation Center [http://kamloopsinnovation.ca]. A small incubator space, the KIC is filled with small startups and agencies. The director asked if I was open for giving a presentation, a short talk telling my story. I was happy to oblige. My talk focused mostly on how we all have a story tell, whether you're selling a product or a service. But…

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The Sunday Edition

Source [http://thenewsprint.co/2015/03/15/the-sunday-edition/] Josh Ginter's The Newsprint has become one of my favourite reads in my RSS reader. And his Sunday Edition posts never fail to give me one solid read each week (this past week: the heart stopping free soloist [http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/11/magazine/the-heart-stopping-climbs-of-alex-honnold.html?_r=1] ). This is exactly what drew me to the world of blogging. Personal sites where a writer takes extra care to craft a welcoming envi…

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