Using Ulysses For Better Blogging

If writing about a writing app is too meta, then call me guilty. I’m still in my honeymoon phase using my newest tool – Ulysses. Switching to it has been like going from a hammer to a nail gun! It’s a great app for blogging if you’re on WordPress, Medium, and now Ghost! So I want to share a little how I’m currently using it. Continue reading Using Ulysses For Better Blogging

Finding Gems On The Open Web

As one who likes to blog, I try to embrace and promote the “Open Web” or the “Indie Web.” So when I bump into these ideas online, it’s encouraging. In the past week I found two little gems with Open Web vibes. The first is by Brad Frost over at his own blog. I liked this little nugget a lot: Writing on your own website … Continue reading Finding Gems On The Open Web

Online Networking’s Future In The Past

Social media was supposed to be awesome. Until it wasn’t. In another recent act of backlash against social media, Glenn Reynolds (a.k.a. Instapundit, Blogfather) deleted his Twitter account and published the story online. (I credit Cal Newport for the link to the USA Today op-ed.) I like what Reynolds had to say in general about blogging. But I also like Twitter. So allow me to … Continue reading Online Networking’s Future In The Past

The Blogosphere Can Thrive

One of my favorite blogs is Study Hacks by Cal Newport. After reading his latest post, “On Blogs in the Social Media Age,” I was sparked. He makes an interesting distinction between the blogosphere and social media today. The Blogosphere Survives Newport’s blog post title itself is noteworthy. Blogs do still exist in the social media age! They are alive and well despite social media’s … Continue reading The Blogosphere Can Thrive