Now, I’ve no interest in migrating 5+ years of data – across countless installs – out of WordPress. Nor do I see another online publishing project as focused on simplicity, flexibility, and extensibility.
I also have no interest taking my chances on another destructive upgrade.
So, I’m experimenting with some ideas, and so far, I’m feeling optimistic.
While net neutrality advocates are focused on the bandwidth side of net neutrality, this is the fourth instance in the past couple months of Google causing collateral damage in the name of safety, and not-being-evil.
I’ll agree that malware is an issue that should be stopped early.
I’m just not sure how far away malware is from communism.
Ultimately, issues like this are why Google (and Twitter) needs a number of viable competitors.
I’m floored it’s been 3 weeks since I’ve written anything here. Feels more like 3 days.
I’ve been working with a number of very cool start-ups and Kernest is the only one I’m able to talk about. Thankfully, all 3 are on track to go public this month. And I hope at least one does so I can get that much closer to my 2009 goal of releasing 1 revenue-generating project every 6-months.
Since I’ve got a few minutes – and it’s June – let’s see how I’ve been doing on the rest of those goals:
Daily walks – yes.
Inbox Zero – no. not even close.
Weekly Project Review – no.
Banishing To Do lists – no.
A Monthly First Crack Podcast – I’m ahead 1 month and have 2 prepped for editing
Quarterly small project release – behind a project
On the big ideas: I’ve definitely spent more time writing code and with people. Only slightly more time reading books. Everything else has remained static.