For a large part of last year I experimented with publishing a new blog post here on 35hunter every 36 hours. It didn't result in a dramatic growth of readership or comments, and whilst I didn't have a shortage of ideas, and found my groove with posting this frequently, I decided to ease off a… Continue reading Blogging From Hand To Mouth
So about six weeks ago I rebooted by online reading, motivated by having too many emails, and across too diverse a range of sources. For my personal reading, I replaced GMail and WordPress Reader with Feedly. I wanted a single place I could go to browse and read websites and blogs and streams I enjoyed.… Continue reading Online Reading Rebooted – Feedly Six Weeks Later
Recent world events driven by the pandemic have seen some organisations and individuals have to accelerate their online experience exponentially, to rapidly find new ways of communicating, learning and adapting. Talk of the Web 3.0, smart devices and the Internet Of Things has been around for a while of course. It's just got closer, quicker.… Continue reading In Praise Of Blogs, Forums, And The Good Old Fashioned Social Internet 2.0
An interesting recent post on one of the blogs I enjoy most, talked about social media and self control in this new decade. It led me to think more about my own online presence as a photographer, what I'm happy with, and what I might like to change this year. So this is how my… Continue reading What Does Your Online Presence Look Like As A Photographer In 2020?
Up to a couple of years ago I followed far more photography blogs - especially when I was predominantly shooting film. But I decided to unsubscribe from probably the two biggest and most prolific, despite them both still publishing interesting new posts. Before I explain why, let me tell you what I value most about… Continue reading Why Two Of My Favourite Photography Blogs Lost Me As A Follower