Tumblr has recently released features for creators to earn a living with their art. Whenever you turn those features on, we provision an entire WordPress site, with WooCommerce (and WooCommerce Payments) plugins to facilitate billing. This post explains why (in case it’s not obvious).
In the Deliberate Internet 75, I explain that it’s hard to talk about the joys of parenting, trading money and time and the company I work for – Automattic.
In Deliberate 74, I share my excitement with AI-generated images from Dalle and Midjourney, taste for makers and friendcatchers.
Synchronize your WordPress content with Markdown files from Github with this snippet.
My summary of “The short history of nearly everything” by Bill Bryson – a multivitamin of natural sciences.
We are not well adapted to the world of abundance. In the past, information was scarce and valuable.
But in marvelous lands of modernity, we have access to way too much content. Just like with food, we must learn to consume it mindfully and responsibly.
Here are my principles for reading
When kicking off the project, the natural instinct of engineers is double down on what they know and purse that brilliant idea on how to deal with X. This is a mistake.
One does not know real work until one tries to perform it with a toddler.
Why not try to travel while we’re at it?
These are my best tips for parenting workation.
Over the last year, we have spent 4+ months in our RV, with a growing toddler and a confused dog. We worked, visited amazing places, swam in cold lakes, ate way too much pizza & gelato, and had quite a good time. These are some of the places we visited.
Why human memory is so bad? What can you do about it? Why should you publish your notes as a student?
Read in 71st issue of the Deliberate Internet.