Category: Writing

Nicely Said

Nicely Said is the new book on writing by Nicole Fenton and Kate Kiefer Lee. It’s fantastic and you should go get it. Writing about writing is not an easy task, but Nicole and Kate have managed to craft a book that is practical, funny, and full of empathy, the kind that stands as a […]

Thank You, Editorially

Last week Editorially shut down. I kept using it until the bittersweet end, working on an article for A List Apart. A day before the shutdown I flipped that document’s status to “Final”, exported my data, and debated whether to delete my account or not. I left it alone, with the small hope that everything […]

Prototyping Your Workflow Links

Update (2014-06-10): Jon Yablonski has put together a fantastic resource at Web Design Field Manual. In my recent article for A List Apart, “Prototyping Your Workflow”, I wrote: There’s a seductive danger present whenever you see someone else outline their way of working, however. It’s easy to take their process as a rigid, universal truth. […]

Get the Puck to the Net

I enjoyed this post by Corey Vilhauer on the challenge of blogging. I can certainly relate to the feeling that every single post has to be perfect. He puts it this way: Instead of getting hits when I can, I’ve been aiming for home runs. I’ve been waiting for the perfect pitch. I’ve been striking […]

Sony's E-book

From earlier this week: my look at Sony’s Reader Digital Book (such an awkward name), over at Greensearch. I enjoyed my short time using the Sony Reader, and I would really like to try Amazon’s Kindle just to compare the two. I keep wondering whether both products are too narrowly-focused to make a big impact, […]

Sony’s E-book

From earlier this week: my look at Sony’s Reader Digital Book (such an awkward name), over at Greensearch. I enjoyed my short time using the Sony Reader, and I would really like to try Amazon’s Kindle just to compare the two. I keep wondering whether both products are too narrowly-focused to make a big impact, […]