Why is everyone talking about a Twitter buyout when they have tons of cash on hand? Why are they focusing on live streaming, when they should be focused on improving their core experience?
I dive into the details. First post in a series.
What if gun stores could share information with each other to help prevent bad actors from accessing firearms and then harming the public?
How would a private social network to prevent gun crimes be received by the firearm community?
I did the dirty work to find out.
The cold, hard numbers comparing how segments on national television and radio compare to a top link on Hacker News.
MusicNewsHq was a network of automated entertainment sites.
It operated from 2011 until 2016.
Originally it was a SEO play; a way to drive traffic to a now-defunct song lyrics website. Over time it’s become an active hub for following your favorite music artists.
MNHQ was always more popular than the lyrics site it was intended to funnel traffic towards, so I kept it alive even after shutting down the former. At that time MNHQ was costing me virtually nothing to host and was a personal playground for technology exploration.
This post details the successes and failures of the project.
Occasionally people ask me where I’d begin if jumping into software development today.
Here’s an entry from my journal that’s been modified for self-taught software developers, new college graduates, people suffering from imposter syndrome in tech, or anyone considering a move into the realm.
Intuit seems to be running a cash-grab operation on unsuspecting business owners using TurboTax this year.
Why are they trying to sneak in a monthly charge that can’t be removed during the checkout process? Don’t they already make enough money?
Going through my cyclical ups and downs, and feeling more than a little lost in life after losing of my father to cancer last year I became obsessed with the thought that I could be wasting my life not following my true path.
What followed lead me to a new course in life.
Does running a successful business require you to be a cold, calculated automaton? Something I’ve been giving a lot of thought lately.
The call to arms of ‘product first’ echoes across the internet, evangelized by business gurus and developers alike — but is it really the best way to approach your SaaS?
A recent customer interaction illuminated how I’ve grown my business, and it’s not how most would advise doing it.
Getting customers to buy your creation seems like a mystical art to some. What motivates a customer to hand over their billing details and start paying for your product?
It’s been said that the most constructive feedback comes from people who’ve just purchased, and those that have decided against it. If you have a SaaS, how do you go about collecting it?