Hoo boy.Read More
If you live outside the US, or even if you live in the US and just haven’t been especially interested in government stuff, our Constitutional amendments might seem a little confusing — especially given the contexts in which they’re often raised in the press. This series will explore each amendment in as nonpolitical a way as possible, and we’ll begin with the First.Read More
So look, I’m just going to say it: I’m a caveman when I comes to taking notes and keeping track of to-dos. I can’t help it. Lord knows I’ve tried: Evernote, Apple Notes, OneNote, countless Apple Pencil-enabled note-taking apps, you name it. They just don’t work for me. And so I wind up with little spiral notepads, big spiral notepads, sticky notes, you name it. I’m a mess.Read More
I’m going to be doing a free multi-session online writing workshop in 2021, and I invite you to join me!Read More
Let’s take a slight diversion for the holiday season and do a mashup of career and hobby! I’m joined by Thomas Henson (@henson_tm), and we’re talking about making the jump from being a tech writer to a fiction writer. And, if you’re looking at becoming a tech writer, there’s some useful bonus advice there, too!
Josh (@joshduffney) and I are joined by Taylor Journey, who wonders what technology should be next on his “focus list” to help move his career forward. Don’t forget, YOU control the contents of this show! Visit DonJones.com/podcast to suggest new topics for us to cover.
I hear (and see) lots of folks mention that they’re a “lifelong learner.” It’s a fantastic attitude, but… well, for me, it doesn’t always feel like enough. Here’s why.Read More
In the previous Part of this series, I talked about the basic origin of my new book. But there’s a twist.Read More