Monthly Archives: September 2012

My Top 6 Podcasting Pet Peeves

My podcasting career has been unremarkable, short, and un-illustrious [1]. But darnit, I am an Olympic-caliber podcast listener (I’m currently subscribed to 38 podcasts), and these are the things that certain podcasters do that really bother me. […]

September 28th, 2012|

Getting More People to Share Your Free eBook: A Nifty Little Trick I Learned from Seth Godin

I’ve probably downloaded thousands of free PDF ebooks over the years, but one ebook by Seth Godin was the first I’ve ever seen to do this. […]

September 26th, 2012|

The Disconnect Between What You’re Blogging About and What Everyone Else in the World Thinks

You may or may not know that the iPhone 5 was announced a couple weeks ago and went on sale last week. I’m a technology guy, and I watched a liveblog of the entire two-hour iPhone launch event. I’m also a subscriber to several big tech blogs, and something about their coverage really bothered me. […]

September 24th, 2012|

The One Blog Post Headline That You Have to See

I subscribe to the NPR news feed to keep tabs on what’s going on in the States while I’m in Mexico, and there was only one headline out of the 50 or so that I saw today that prompted me to click through to the site. […]

September 11th, 2012|

Why Cat Videos Get Millions of Views, A Free eBook About Evernote, and More

Have you ever wanted to know how those cat videos get millions of views? Or maybe you want a free ebook about Evernote? […]

September 4th, 2012|