Lot’s of stuff since I missed last week, so let’s get right to it.
Options for health insurance if you’re not lucky enough to have a spouse with good coverage.
Some contract advice. If you already have a contract, let this be a reminder to review yours and make sure it’s still serving you as best it could.
“…she emailed me asking if I knew what was wrong with her website. I emailed her back that it was probably sad she didn’t pay me. It would cheer up after the invoice with the added late fee was paid.” Heh, clever version of F You, Pay me.
Decent list, Ruul was new (or a reminder) to me.
Interesting perspective on where your marketing should come from.
A blog by any other name…
How to read better.
“#2. You gotta keep in mind what’s interesting to you as an audience, not what’s fun to do as a writer. They can be v. different.”
Inbox zero, what a lofty goal. 310 for me. Baby steps.
Scanner Pro probably makes the whole post worth reading.
Really interesting post.
Time to answer these questions.
Assuming you already have a desk, that is
Until the Mac Pro gets sorted, the high end retina MacBook Pro certainly seems the go to developer machine.
Heh, quite a few sites could use such a timer, HackerNews and Reddit jump to mind.
A few ideas to make Facebook’s Timeline work for you.
Twitter bootstrap bits for balsamiq.
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