This blog was published February 18th.

The risk of including the “published” date on blog posts is well-known and spoken about in content marketing circles. It’s a choice you can make in your blog settings – do you want to create “evergreen” content that doesn’t...

Sunday Morning Print Delivery

I still buy print media. I love printed magazines. I love newspapers. I adore reading a big, heavy book. This new year, I decided to upgrade my previously online-only New York Times subscription to get the Sunday edition delivered to my door. I read the news...

Handwritten Notes and Hastily-Typed Outlines

I spend a lot of time writing. I write for my existing clients, I write to attract new business, I write to learn new things, and I write, for myself, because I cannot seem to shake the habit no matter how hard I try. I’m constantly trying out new processes,...

What do you do with lunch?

The NYT recently published this article about the different lunches, snacks, and perks different companies provide their employees. The reporting only focused on 9-5 settings, offices that invested in feeding their team. This is a pretty thin sliver of perspective, in...

“Technology has values that are not neutral.”

Looking for something to keep you warm with burning questions on a cold January day? I loved this episode of Vox’s The Ezra Klein show with Anil Dash, who is an entrepreneur and activist in the “tech industry” (as even he is loath to label it)....

Resolutions, Goals, and Reaching

I unabashedly love new year’s lists, resolutions, and planning. I know the new year-new me narrative gets mocked in certain corners as wishful thinking, inactionable, or empty, but I do it anyway. It’s an excuse to step back, take a bird’s eye view,...