I know I’ve talked about blogging before, but this one takes the cake. Last week I was published at CopyBlogger for a piece I wrote about keeping track of ideas and streams of thought. Very exciting.
It’s time for that linking thing again.
A common trend among blogs today is to take one time out of each week and link up some cool resources and sites worth mentioning. With all the creative titles out there being used already, I decided to stick to something basic, something simple: Linking. I’ll try and drop a few of these each week.
I’m implementing a post I’m going to start doing called Recap (the concept is more important than the name) where every week I’ll be dropping links to some things I’ve been involved in throughout the week, whether that’s site developments or new blog/writing being published, etc. I’ll use this to go back and grab past work of mine, but I hope it will be fun to read through as well.
As I’ve mentioned before, I’m on a regular posting schedule over at Daily Blog Tips now. A post of mine talking about widening your blog to take advantage of larger average screen sizes went up today. There is a decent discussion starting up on the topic, which will be worth checking out if that’s your kind of thing.
Someone over there is thinking. They’re publishing photos of new released books with notes attached to each book that link back to reserve that book on their website. Awesome.
Another great use of Flickr notes that I can remember seeing was this one featuring a lot of web 2.0 logos and notes linking to the relevant website. Any others you know of?
The official location of my personal blog has changed from http://blog.aspiringindie.com to a new and (hopefully more) permanent location: ryanimel.com.
I’ve had issues with name-based personal domains in the past, but I figured I’d swallow it already and go with what seemed the easiest choice. And here we are. The old blog location will still be used, but as the official Aspiring Indie Company Blog. Exciting, right? Maybe just for me.
Just a note – in case anyone is interested in a) preparing and running a podcast or b) formatting their own video for play on both iPods and iTV, Apple has some information up about how best to do it. Check it out.
I just had a man tell me that he is a finance major and as such shouldn’t have to deal with “this ethics or philosophy stuff.”