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How To Write Online

I've written a lot in the last year, and I am about to give you what I think is the most important piece of advice about writing online. According to Grammarly, editing software that helps improve grammar, I am clocking in over five thousand words daily. And over 40k words

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When Writing, Do Repeat Yourself.

I try to go to church a few times a year. When I go there I've realized they keep saying the same thing over and over. For a few thousand years now, religions retell the same stories, the same parables, teach us the same lessons, and tweak a few words

When Writing, Do Repeat Yourself.
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Writing and Programming

The parallels between great programming and great writing are huge. I thought I knew what good writing and good programming was. And as I became more senior, I got more practice with both and build up some knowledge. But it turns out lot of the complex things I learned along

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Pareto's pea pods have more to teach us.

The Pareto law says that 80% of the wealth is owned by 20% of the population, also known as the 80-20 rule. Vilfredo Pareto came about this principle by noticing in his garden that 20% of the pea pods produced 80% of the peas. He then decided to see where

Pareto's pea pods have more to teach us.
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Where to blog? Medium, substack, WordPress, Ghost, or roll your own?

I have recently decided to reboot the blog. I am sure a lot of us working from home right now are thinking about using those two extra hours of commute time to do something productive. Get that blog setup, start writing, learn something and maybe, just maybe, make a few

Where to blog? Medium, substack, WordPress, Ghost, or roll your own?