One of the ways I “save” story ideas for later is by writing a backgrounder that contains the core details I want to keep in mind. In this case, I literally had a dream of this story so vivid that an entire prologue essentially wrote itself. I’ve no idea if this story will go anywhere, …
Yesterday’s post was in response to a colleague who’s been asked to speak at an upcoming conference panel. Part of the title of the panel is “Breaking Silos,” and I love that phrase.
A colleague was recently asked to speak at a conference panel, and one of the suggested talking points was, “How to evaluate new technologies for your business (e.g. set/lead or follow trends and standards?).” In almost any instance like that, given a choice between X and Y, I almost always try to go with “Purple.”
I’ve recently been interviewing people for a job on my team, and I have to tell you: the more interviews I do, the more I learn about what a great interview can look like.
There’ve recently been a couple of lawsuits against Apple for the App Store policies, specifically their 30% cut of all sales (which lowers after one year for subscriptions). I’m curious as to your thoughts on the matter, but wanted to lay out some of my own first.
I’ve recently had a few pings on Twitter from folks asking me how I write–everything from general questions to specific questions about Leanpub. Here goes.