Ok, fine. I know FeedBurner isn’t dead. But I can’t imagine it will last forever, and as a general rule I don’t like having business-critical things running on Google’s services. When I moved away from Feedburner, I ended up replacing it with FeedPress, a paid service that gives publishers lots of tools to deal with […]
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Devir Kahan was kind enough to include me as part of his on-going interview series with other online writers. If you want to know my favorite movie or what super power I wish I had, check it out.
You Know That Weird Thing When Writers Link to Interviews of Themselves? Yeah, I’m Doing That Today»
If this doesn’t get Ungeniused back up and running, I give up.
Be sure to check out Issue 2 of The Loop Magazine, for articles from Joe King, Matt Gemmell, Matthew Panzarino, Peter Cohen, Rene Ritchie and yours truly. It’s out today at the link above.
The original Macintosh used 400 KB floppy disks. In that limited space, countless nerds got their start. This shirt celebrates a time when software — like so many things — was simpler and smaller. Instead of having shirts printed locally and spending hours packing and mailing shirts, I’m using Teespring this year. It is like […]
Aaron Mahnke: To that end, the April edition of the Read & Trust Magazine is the last issue we publish for the foreseeable future. The group itself is still alive and thriving, and we have lots of great ideas in the works for the coming year. Right now, though, my energy is required elsewhere, so […]
As I wrote about in March, my family and I are headed to Florida for a week at Disney and Give Kids the World, thanks to Make a Wish. While I’m gone, Shawn Blanc and Myke Hurley will be filling in for me on the site. I owe a big thanks to those two guys […]
To celebrate one year since its publishing, Bartending: Memoirs of an Apple Genius is on sale for just 99¢ from today through Saturday. You can grab an .epub here or download it for Kindle here.
If you are using Flipboard as your Google Reader replacement, there’s an easy way to make a magazine using any site’s Twitter account. To follow 512 Pixels, search for the site using Flipboard’s search box on the main screen: Select the site’s main Twitter account @512px, and boom, instant Flipboard magazine, straight from Twitter.
I’m moving away from Feedburner. Please re-subscribe to the site using this feed URL: http://512pixels.net/feed/
My friend and podcast co-host Myke Hurley: As the network continues to grow, our ambitions grow with it. Our hosts put out shows that deserve a larger audience, and my dream of a career in podcasting is within reach. To get to the next level, we need help. We need a better infrastructure and even […]
Over at Tools and Toys, Shawn and I are giving away three NeuYear wall calendars. Entering is easy, and boy, are these calendars awesome. I’ve got one hanging up in my office, and I love it.
To one lucky reader, Shawn and I giving away a Glif tripod mount and stand for your iPhone 5 and a brand-new 3-pack of Traveling Salesman Edition Field Notes. Hit the link for details.
I was excited to be able to write for Randy Murray’s site, and took the chance to write about writing reviews. Meta, perhaps, but it was a lot of fun. First Today, Then Tomorrow is a great site. If you’re a writer, this should be in your RSS collection.
In July, I launched System Extension, a magazine-like counterpart to 512 Pixels. It’s been a moderate success, but as this is the week for such news, I’m announcing today that I’m putting the project on ice. It’s been a lot of fun covering oddball stuff for the magazine, but everyone is better served to have […]