Growing up, we weren't rolling in money, in fact we didn't have much at all. But I never felt it. The physical stuff that mattered to me in the first decade of my life was plentiful - toys, bikes and books. The toys evolved over the years, but the pattern was the same. Action Man,… Continue reading All New! Every Week!
Reading a paper book is essentially the same experience as it has been for a hundred years and more. Find a comfortable place with decent lighting, open the book, and start to read. It's as simple as it is blissful. In contrast, reading online has to evolve as platforms and formats and hardware does. It… Continue reading The Reading Evolution
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
Does the way you read other people's blogs influence the way you write your own? My fellow blogger and photographer Jim Grey recently wrote about how he reads blogs and compiles posts of interest for his weekly "Recommended Reading" round up, which I recently, er, recommended, along with a few others. It prompted me to think about… Continue reading How I Read A Blog Is How I Write A Blog
As I’ve spoken about previously, aside from enjoying the writing and thinking out loud my blog provides, a major reason for having a blog at all is to create and grow a community of like minded people. I could just jump on an existing site or social media platform but I prefer to do things… Continue reading How To Support The Blogs And Communties You Love