Tag: blogging

  • School fees for writers

    School fees for writers

    School fees for writers are those experiences you go through when you learn to write more effectively. Just being a good writer isn’t enough. You have to learn to adapt your writing for your objectives and that can feel like starting from scratch.

  • Embrace your work in progress

    Embrace your work in progress

    Seth Godin’s post suggesting that you should show your work in progress reminds me about one of the aspects of blogging that appeals to me.

  • Do fewer people trust bloggers?

    Do fewer people trust bloggers?

    Do fewer people trust bloggers the more people take to the Web to publish their thoughts and use their newfound publishing platforms to pitch their products, services and talents?

  • Om Malik’s advice on writing good blog posts

    Om Malik’s advice on writing good blog posts

    Om Malik has published his advice on writing good blog posts and it is a treat for writers. He is one of my favourite writers and I had to share this with you.

  • The Web is still important for writing

    The Web is still important for writing

    I have this recurring thought that the Web is a wonderful platform for writing and publishing. I love writing for the Web and think there is so much more I could do with it, given the right opportunities.

  • Is Medium just a RSS reader?

    Maybe Medium isn’t a publishing platform. Perhaps it’s really just a fancy RSS reader?

  • Options for sharing video outside YouTube and Vimeo

    I uploaded a video as part of a short post earlier this week and I noticed that it didn’t display particularly well in the post. I could have shared to YouTube first and embedded the video but thought I’d see what a direct upload would do. Turns out, not much.  Surely it is possible to […]

  • Blogging for 10 years and still going

    Blogging for 10 years and still going

    This blog began its life under a different domain on 6 December 2004. It has survived in one form or another until now, thanks and no thanks to me. I started my blog after tinkering with blogging back in the primordial days of the social Web when blogging was the New Thing, after interactive fora. […]