I’ve finally finished the import of my 4000+ post sketchblog archive from Tumblr to this site! Time to wax philosophical about identity, branding, content ownership, and control.Continue reading »
Everyone has a bone to pick with existing social networks. There have been a lot of attempts to create new social media sites over the years. Basically none of them have taken off in a real way. Maybe they will, eventually, but then they’ll have their own problems.Continue reading »
Freedom from algorithmic news feed requires just two steps: 1, Content creators need to put their content on a site they can fully control. 2, Audiences, fans, and followers need to embrace neutral, third-party aggregators (e.g. feed readers) that can pull from sources.Continue reading »
Social media is convenient. Not only do you not need any technical expertise, you don’t have to build anything at all. It’s much easier for people to find you, and they don’t have to manually check your feed every day. Everyone they follow is combined into one feed. So handy!
But: algorithms.Continue reading »
Because of time constraints, I stopped writing long, detailed, individual convention reports at the end of 2014, but since mid-2013, I’ve been co-running the How To Be A Con Artist blog.Continue reading »
About a year ago, I was invited to beta test ArtistsnClients.com and to provide feedback for its development team. I did so with more gusto than expected.Continue reading »