Looking ahead to tonight’s Homebrew Website Club meetup and a basic roadmap for Micro.blog for the Mac.
More thoughts from WordCamp about being an outsider in a new community, and progress on the Mac version of Micro.blog.
I’m back from WordCamp in San Antonio. My initial thoughts, plus a comment on the shooting in Las Vegas.
Five days in a row of podcasting, with a clip from a video by Casey Neistat, and a preview of WordCamp in San Antonio.
If hardly anyone is paying attention, maybe it’s okay to repeat myself more often. Marketing is repetition.
Quick thoughts on Twitter’s announcement that they are experimenting with a new 280-character limit on tweets.
Getting a second chance with new users, the latest iOS app, and not dwelling on past mistakes.
Writing the book and trying to capture the ideas when my mind wanders, inspired by this clip from animator Sergio Pablos.
I reflect on wrapping up working from Mozart’s Coffee and motivation on the drive home.
Thinking about the format for this microcast, consistently working toward a goal, and a clip from the With Her podcast.
I drove to south Austin for a mid-morning meeting before catching up on work at a coffee shop.
My first reaction after today’s Apple event introducing the iPhone X, and work on Micro.blog invites and pins.
Progress on the new version of Micro.blog for iOS before tomorrow’s Apple event, and sending out more invites.
Tonight we’re starting up a local Homebrew Website Club for Austin. Check out the details here.
Why it’s a good thing if the first reaction to a new idea is polarizing, inspired by an episode of How I Built This.
About my decision to move manton.org from WordPress to Micro.blog.
Back again after a long break. On this episode, I talk about Harry Potter and the mistake of thinking another developer is going to fix my code later.
I’m rolling out early access to Micro.blog this week. I talk about how the first 2 days have gone, mistakes with TestFlight, and what to do next.
I look back at Katy Perry’s performance at the Grammys. Why it’s okay to make a political statement and risk disappointing some fans.
Finalizing the default themes for Micro.blog, why they’re based on Jekyll, and a thousand beta testers.