What does personal branding mean when the most popular social media accounts lack personality?
We can’t dip our toe into the stream and learn by osmosis.
A few notes and links on the death of the blog, peak stream and the golden age of content strategy. Please join the conversation and share links in the comments. First, Kottke at Nieman Journalism Lab. I don’t think the stream killed the blog. I don’t even think firsties killed the blog. What killed blogs […]
The last two seasons have been tough in Philadelphia. After a glorious run as one of the best team’s in baseball, the Phillies crashed back to Earth. Charlie Manuel, a beloved figure for anyone who’s followed the Phils, was tossed aside. Roy Halladay, a player who more than anyone made Philadelphia a destination for free […]
It’s been a while since I called myself a runner. After running consecutive marathons in ’08 and ’09, I took a long hiatus. Turns out being awake all hours with a sleepless infant isn’t conducive to distance running. I tried coming back in classic couch-to-marathon style last year, only to injure myself about halfway through […]
Two interesting things about blogging lately: First from Marco Arment Writers: You don’t need Medium. You can host your own blog on your own domain with lots of other tools and hosts. Be your own “platform”. — Marco Arment (@marcoarment) July 31, 2013 Then from Robert Scoble on why he’s using G+ and Facebook for blogging. […]
If you haven’t already seen it, Ian Rogers’ blog post on pruning Twitter is quite good. He followed me back when I wrote about digital music; I don’t write about that anymore, ergo he unfollowed me. It makes all the sense in the world. Why is it so hard? I wrote Unfollowing Is Hard back in […]