So, things are just about back to normal here. I finished my vacation, am almost finished recovering from said vacation and school starts for the kids next week. That mostly means I’m back to a more regular routine. Enjoy the last few days of summer.
A bit about self talk, but you might be interested in the interview he did with BJ Fogg.
More on the client intake process and how to get off on the right foot.
Some sensible tips on how to make your Bootstrap app NOT look like all the other bootstrap apps. Turns out, it’s not that hard.
If you make your content frustrating to read, people won’t read it.
John Jantsch reveals how he blogs. It’s mostly about the platform and plugins, but it does have a bit on how he comes up with topics.
Finding ways to make doing the right thing more fun and easier to do.
For when you want to grow or simply don’t like going it alone.
You can enable it by going to http://www.dropbox.com/try_twofactor.
Strategy and even a sample email to your existing customers.
Loads of resources, worth a skim for sure.
Another version of the “set up a tiny ec2 instance to tunnel all your traffic through” article.
If you’re interested in seeing how chatty your mac is being, this will help.
A Markdown editor as a chrome extension. Bonus: it’s open source and available on github: https://github.com/joaocolombo/textdown
It’s a classic.
A monthly compilation of best questions from the StackExchange sites. Free PDF. Not sure how they’re getting away with the paid Kindle edition.
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