Tag: blogging

Taking stock and giving thanks

 ⚬ Journal  ⚬  3 min read

Writing a post about productivity management makes me appreciate how much I've actually written this year. I reflect on my motivations, achievements and voice how much I appreciate my readers around the world.

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Three months with Ulysses

 ⚬ Reviews  ⚬  5 min read

I reflect on three months of using Ulysses, pony up for the annual subscription, and ponder if I’ll ever use it for writing fiction.

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Why and where I use advertising

 ⚬ Journal  ⚬  3 min read

A reader's dislike for advertising prompts me to answer the question of why I advertise on my blog. I ponder whether it's time to stop even though it makes me money.

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Apple changes iTunes affiliate program

 ⚬ News  ⚬  3 min read

Apple removes Mac and iOS apps from their affiliate program, giving the finger to the blogger community who helped spread awareness through app reviews and podcasts.

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The Switch to Ulysses

 ⚬ Articles  ⚬  4 min read

I make the switch to Ulysses in an effort to streamline my blogging.

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Now on Micro.blog

 ⚬ news  ⚬  1 min read

I join micro.blog, a federated collection of independently hosted blogs (I think!)

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Joining the Dark Side

 ⚬ Journal  ⚬  4 min read

I contemplate a switch to Wordpress and Ulysses for blogging after four years of using a static-site generator.

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iA Writer Review
iA Writer Review

 ⚬ Reviews  ⚬  9 min read

After my review of Ulysses on macOS and iOS, I take a close look at its understated but fabulous competitor, iA Writer.

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Blogging with RSS and Workflow
Blogging with RSS and Workflow

 ⚬ Articles  ⚬  3 min read

After being called out on Twitter, I briefly describe how I use RSS and Workflow as blogger's duct tape and Swiss Army Knife.

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Weaver marathon no-more

 ⚬ Journal  ⚬  3 min read

I fall short of my self-imposed word-count and deadline for finishing Weaver of Dreams but decide I rather enjoy journalling my writing.

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