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Yup, Evernote again. I talked about it a little while ago here and here. This time a pastor buddy of mine caught me preaching a sermon on the glories of Evernote and he challenged me to create a longer tutorial than I have done in the past. Here it is: all 16:34 minutes of Evernote … Continue reading Evernote? Again?
Image by Dharmesh Shah via CrunchBase "The best part of blogging is the people you will meet"- Hugh MacLeod repeating wisdom from Loic Lemeur to me at the Big Pink at 2 am in South Beach after the Future of Web Apps 2008. If you asked me to tell you a list of three of … Continue reading Why Every Entrepreneur Should Write and 9 Tips To Get Started
Most writing could be better. Not just a little better — significantly better. If you start out with a solid topic, a good knowledge of your audience, and a reasonable degree of writing ability, you’ll usually end up with a pretty good piece of writing. But you don’t have to settle for “pretty good.” A … Continue reading Five Ways to Write Magnificent Copy
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Some thoughts on beginning blogging from a writer at FlowingData... I answered a few questions for Amstat News not too long ago, and the questions were centered around why I, as a stat grad student, take the time to write for FlowingData and why others should give blogging a try. The questions were more from … Continue reading Why I blog