The WordPress product market is completely different now
Building a WordPress-based product business is a much different process than it used to be.
A good case study shares the elements of a good story
The good jobs of the future aren’t going to involve working for giant companies on an assembly line.
Group projects are the exception in school, but they should be the norm.
In the connection revolution, value is not created by increasing the productivity of those manufacturing a good or a service. Value is created by connecting buyers to sellers, producers to consumers, and the passionate to each other.
The revision was among more than a dozen demanded by the appointee, Nancy B. Beck, after she joined the E.P.A.’s toxic chemical unit in May as a top deputy. For the previous five years, she had been an executive at the American Chemistry Council, the chemical industry’s main trade association.
I wonder when we'll see more creative designs thanks to CSS grid...
The greater the gap between your earning and spending, the faster your net worth grows (or shrinks).
In order to survive and thrive, you need to earn a profit.
We need white space in our daily lives just as much as we need it in our designs.
I think dynamic coaching will finally replace the old forms-based paradigm. Instead of giving us static workflows and reporting tools, this new software will help us get better at our jobs.
Imagine someone wandering alone in a giant desert, shouting “I love Big Macs!” into the sky. That’s Crowdtap.
Swedish death cleaning is a little bit morbid. The idea is that when people die they leave stuff. Lots of stuff. Reams and reams of it, piles and piles of it. And it’s friends and family that are left to dealt with this stuff surfeit, this surplus of minutiae.
There’s something incredibly satisfying about converting a dream into a domain name.
It turns out talking about diversity, inclusion, and even just basic civil behavior can be controversial in technical spaces.
Sometimes the whole world felt like a nerdy frat house.
Our limitations provide us with the greatest opportunity for creativity and inventiveness.
How busy are you willing to be? You can’t say yes to everything.
We are boring people, by ourselves.
Our chatbot, NiroBot, is essentially our newest marketing team member.
Analysis of site-search logs is one of the biggest missed opportunities in UX research.
Affiliate marketing can be a nasty, complicated business.
The best mental models are the ideas with the most utility.
We’re all just humans, separated by screens.
To fear the world we have organized and led for three-quarters of a century, to abandon the ideals we have advanced around the globe, to refuse the obligations of international leadership and our duty to remain “the last best hope of earth” for the sake of some half-baked, spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems is as unpatriotic as an attachment to any other tired dogma of the past that Americans consigned to the ash heap of history.
Many freelancers want to be independent forever.
As freelancers begin to position themselves as solopreneurs (and not just part-time workers), they are realizing the benefits of personal branding and marketing.
TL;DR = Danny Sullivan is the new Matt Cutts? 😶
For the ad-heavy non-local SERPs that we work in, paid ads are likely now earning nearly the same percentage of clicks as organic results — a staggering change from most of the history of Google.
But the point isn’t that a Republican beat a Democrat. The point is that the very roots of the electoral system—the news people see, the events they think happened, the information they digest—had been destabilized.
The informational underpinnings of democracy have eroded, and no one has explained precisely how.
Twitter was built at the tail end of that era. Their goal was giving everyone a voice. They were so obsessed with giving everyone a voice that they never stopped to wonder what would happen when everyone got one. And they never asked themselves what everyone meant. That’s Twitter’s original sin. Like Oppenheimer, Twitter was so obsessed with splitting the atom they never stopped to think what we’d do with it.
Spend as much time amplifying and promoting a piece of content as you did producing it.
While everyone is moving in one direction, move in the other one to stand out.
The growth of difficult-to-automate service activities may explain some of the productivity slowdown.
It’s not just maintenance that our society fails to appreciate; it’s also the maintainers themselves.
We must show more appreciation for the art of maintenance.
Americans have an impoverished and immature conception of technology, one that fetishizes innovation as a kind of art and demeans upkeep as mere drudgery.
“Buy only the home you need, not the house you can afford.”
Living in a 4,000 square foot home is nice, but the reality when you own a 4,000 square foot home is that it costs money—a lot of money.
It’s been said that attitudes are contagious.
Being present means creating opportunities for meaningful interaction.
Mentorship has always been a part of the web industry.