For some time now I’ve been interested in writing publicly. Not necessarily blogging to build an audience or develop “content” for the sake of content. Instead writing for me is about learning, the sharing of ideas and getting things done.
Observations, experiences, insights and resources I’ve find either useful or interesting.
When I say I’m a digital strategist, my carrying a camera and my passion for photography get put into one of two buckets: The first assumes it’s “just” a hobby, the thing I do as a creative outlet; the second views it as a task better left to those who are interested in being professional photographers. I think both of these misconceptions are missing the bigger picture, pun-intended.
A couple weeks ago I came across Writer Pro and have been giving it a shot. It works perfectly. I’ll still use Evernote for research and Drive for collaboration but when it comes to putting my own thoughts down on “paper” I’m finding Writer Pro works best for me.
Google’s head of Google+ Vic Gundotra announced he was leaving the company and the blogosphere started speculating about the demise of the product. I think they are wrong, again.
Paul Adams latest talks tackle an issue I’ve been wrestling with pretty much all year: How do we visualize and explain the complexities of “networks” as they relate to business decisions.