May 2016 marked the ninth birthday of my blog!
It’s seen three URLs and numerous designs. You can visit the archive and read my initial blog posts about apartment life, later posts about digital marketing, and ultimately about minimalism and productivity. For instance, here’s a piece from May 2007 critiquing a website. Today, I’d write that much differently with screenshots and an accompanying video.
I’ve created a lot of content since 2007 — and people continue to visit, comment, and share.
While I haven’t written anything on my blog in several months, that will soon change; and here’s what you can expect through May 2017:
- On the digital: You can expect to read perspectives from internet innovators and dreamers who will breathe new life into my Monday muses column.
- On the political: You can expect to read my honesty about the U.S. presidential election. No filters.
- On the minimal: You can expect to read insights and ideas to live a fuller life.
You can expect to read unique content that I hope you want to share. I rarely write about trends and you won’t see the Mashable echo chamber here.
You can expect to read epic things.
Why this blog exists:
I created my first blog post on May 14, 2007 on the then-12th anniversary of my father’s death. I’ve written about Dad lots, including why he is the impetus for my blogging. He died from a sudden heart attack at age 46 on May 14, 1995.
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