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Grammarly 4.5/5 stars

Grammarly for macOS© Timothy B. SmithKelly and I got Hulu in November when they had their 99¢/month promotion. 99¢ is a killer price, but that price tier comes with ads...More

How to Write a Blog Post

Michael Lopp: Randomly think of a thing. Let it bump around your head a bit. If the bumping gets too loud, start writing the words with the nearest writing device. See how far ...More

How to Read the Internet

Robin Rendle: Folks now seem to recognize the value of having your own little plot of land on the web and, although it’s still pretty complex to make your own website and contr...More

Medium Subscriptions

Manton Reece: While Medium is certainly doing a lot right, and I still think it’s not a bad place to mirror content, the “long run” Glenn mentions is really what we should thin...More

Owning My Words

Jeremy Keith: I think it’s easier to fling off some thoughtless remarks when you’re doing it on someone else’s site. I bet you that the discourse on Ev’s blog would be of a muc...More

Giving Up On Ulysses

Ulysses and I have parted and gone our separate ways, but we’re still friends.I’ve enjoyed writing for as long as I can remember, but the whole experience has been traumatic at ...More

People Still Read Blogs

Justin Jackson: Yes, Google’s changes over the past 2 years have affected how people discover content. But I don’t think people have moved on to “dicking around in apps and sna...More

Why People Write on Medium

I just saw this post on UpThemes about migrating your content from Medium to WordPress. Now, I know that they’re just trying to sell their themes, but their comprehension of why...More

Document Everything

Something I’ve been thinking about a lot recently is documentation. And yes, I’m thinking a little bit about legacy—documenting our life, and the things we make. However, I also...More

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