One Man & His Blog: the next stage Paid Members Public
A change is coming to One Man & His Blog - here's your chance to support my work, and get access to more resources around digital journalism.
And…back Paid Members Public
Back from both holiday and a blogging break. Here's what's been going on.
A new language for work, hobbies and meaning? Paid Members Public
Do we need a new way of thinking about meaning in our lives, in work and in play?
Why is the journalism business so dismissive of Medium's new model? An experiment. Paid Members Public
This morning, I’ve written a 2,000 word blog post about journalism and publishing strategy. But, you’ll note, this is the first blog post on here today. What’s going on? Well, Medium recently expanded their partner program [https://blog.medium.com/expanding-the-medium-partner-program-3be09dd146e4], allowing more writers to lock
Experimenting our way to purpose Paid Members Public
Neil Perkin [http://www.onlydeadfish.co.uk/only_dead_fish/2017/07/the-purpose-of-life.html]: > It’s part of the reason why I have such little patience for the view that we all have one self-evident purpose in life and it is simply a matter of being brave enough to
2014: a year in travel Paid Members Public
This is the first of a series of unashamedly self-indulgent posts, looking back at my working year through 2014. It was the year that my work as a self-employed digital publishing consultant really took off, and I’ve done so much this year that I actually need to take stock
LeWeb: Evernote is killing the office suite Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2014/12/phil-libin-leweb.jpg] Work has become pretty unpleasant for a lot of people, says Evernote founder Phil Libin. Many companies are stepping forwards to try and solve that. When iOS7 came out there was a movement away from skeuomorphic design
Let's try this again Paid Members Public
Well, hello, blog. I’m sorry I’ve been neglecting you. I’ve been terribly busy, you see. We’re right in term time at City University, which always keeps me busy – but added to that, I’ve recently landed the biggest contract I’ve had since I went into