Recommended read: How to Write Technical Posts (so people will read them) :: Reasonably Polymorphic https://reasonablypolymorphic.com/blog/writing-technical-posts/
Recommended read: If I could bring one thing back to the internet it would be blogs http://tttthis.com/blog/if-i-could-bring-one-thing-back-to-the-internet-it-would-be-blogs
It'll be of no surprise to any of you who know me as a #PersonalWebsite and #blogging advocate that I would be very much looking forward to Pauline Narvas's talk at #WiTNotts this Thursday! And as it's remote, hopefully more of you can join!
Women In Tech, Nottingham 🌈✨ (@WiT_Notts)Mon, 30 Mar 2020 12:16 UTC
In this 9 minute podcast, Craig Burgess speaks about how he wished he'd got started on his #PersonalWebsite and doing more #blogging early on in his career. Craig also speaks about the #IndieWeb and why everyone should get involved.
Recommended read: The one thing I wish I'd done when I first started my design career https://getdoingthings.com/podcast/getdoingthings/the-one-thing
Recommended read: Local First, Undo Redo, JS-Optional, Create Edit Publish http://tantek.com/2020/037/b2/local-first-undo-redo-create-edit-publish
Also doing NaBloPoMo (https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/11/01/national-blog-post-month/ ) helped lots as I got used to publishing pretty quickly, which was kinda the point of it, for me at least
I used to refine things lots, but it meant spending hours on a post that took 5 minutes to read. Long posts I do still refine over time, but generally want them done at most a few days after it's finished being written.
If it's a Blogumentation post (https://www.jvt.me/posts/2017/06/25/blogumentation/ ) then I'll actively not refine it too much as a long post as the point is that it's for me in the future so if its not as readable I'll just edit it then
Recommended read: A brief year in review of my website, domain, online identity, commonplace book, journal, diary, etc. https://boffosocko.com/2019/12/31/a-brief-year-in-review-of-my-website-domain-online-identity-commonplace-book-journal-diary-etc/
An interesting idea, but surely you'd not want to break existing links to your articles, and instead have it update the article to say "this may be outdated, we're reviewing this"?
Recommended read: Blogcop: A GitHub app that helps you manage your Jekyll blog https://www.ombulabs.com/blog/github/jekyll/ruby/blogcop-for-jekyll.html
Recommended read: How to Fix Social Media by Injecting A Chunk of the Blogosphere https://kottke.org/19/01/how-to-fix-social-media-by-injecting-a-chunk-of-the-blogosphere
Looking back at a month of blogging every day, and what I've learned.
Recommended read: Nostalgia Is Gross, But That’s What I’ve Got Now That I’m Blogging Every Day — Elan Morgan https://elanmorgan.com/blog/blogging-nostalgia-is-gross
#10MoreBlogPosts sounds like a great initiative - hope that it'll help get more folks into blogging.
I've found it's really helped me personally since starting to work on blogumentation (blogging as a form of self-documentation https://www.jvt.me/posts/2017/06/25/blogumentation/ )
Recommended read: Let’s write more blog posts: an experiment https://amyhupe.co.uk/articles/lets-write-more-blog-posts-an-experiment/
Why I Have a Website and You Should Too (12 mins read).
A persuasive look at the many reasons why you should have your own website, and some of the benefits it will bring you.