This presentation covers how I transformed my website from being a static digital portfolio into a dynamic hub, ingrained with my social presence, containing the most authentic version of me online.
I think we should comment on blog posts first, and only reply on social media if there isn’t a better option. I invite you to do the same!
I have created a second RSS feed on my site, specifically for micro content, like the post you're reading right now.
If RSS is your thing, and you'd rather follow me using that, you can do so directly through my site now using the micro content feed:
So, this micro post is kind of a big deal for me. In spite of it’s casual nature, it’s actually the first micro post I have published on my site. My goal is to use my personal site for all of my content first, and distribute this elsewhere. They call it PoSSE (publish on site,… Continue reading My (Very) Basic PoSSE Setup
Over the years, all of my authenticity has found itself on social media instead of my website. I think that sucks. Why should Elon freaking Musk get the most authentic version of me? Mark Zuckerburg? Or anyone else for that matter? Screw that noise. I’m publishing stuff on my website first.
My new site turns my personal website into a central hub, making it possible to view content I’ve published across the web. I’m so excited to finally have it up and running.
I’ve got a not-so-uniqie design challenge that I think a lot of people like me are thinking a bit about right now. To where am I moving now that I’ve become disillusioned with Twitter? I have talked a lot about my excitement for the metaverse, and am certain that, at least in some fashion, I’ll… Continue reading Using The WordPress App to Publish Social Posts
I’m really big on forming good habits because they can transform your life a little at a time. This post talks about 5 methods I use to make it easier to form habits.