TL;DR: I’m going to focus my Resilient energies elsewhere. I share why and how to stay connected, should you choose to do so. Following along will be entirely opt-in, because I want to respect your time, attention, and privacy.
Here’s the latest in the new space: 📚 Finished Reading: The Fate of Food
Newsletter and primary blogging will be combined in one place: Hey World
You can subscribe by email or by feed at the bottom of that page:
Information here will be archived (maybe in the Digital Garden, TBD)
There are a few concerns I’ve developed about this space:
It’s becoming more of a captured platform, producing ecosystem and amplification concerns
It’s not easy to get my notes in, in order to draft posts simply
There’s unnecessary pressure (probably self-imposed) about posts, which makes them harder to publish
The system tracks things that it doesn’t really need to (reads, clicks, etc.)
I share more about what I like about Hey World for blog/newsletter here. In short: I like the way Basecamp/Hey do business, the way they respect us, and the simplicity of using it.
For my personal and public notes, I’ve moved to Craft.do. Why? It’s fast, a delight to use, more visual than other similar tools (which works for the way I think), makes it easy to intake content, has backlinking and crosslinking (allowing me to link pages and blocks back and forth to each other, like in a wiki), and is easy to share.
I appreciate your time here, and hope you’ll join me on the next chapter.