This is the culmination of the first week of "Just one thing..." posts.
Seems to be working pretty well. Why did I start writing in single, short bursts?
David Perrell talks a lot about writing online. While I've been writing online for a long time, I don't think I've really found my voice. Or my topic. Or my niche. Or whatever the kids are calling it these days.
Maybe my initial idea of writing online was long-form articles. Maybe I was trying to prove something? Maybe I was trying to force a habit that just wasn't there?
I want to answer these questions, and these daily pieces are helping me think more clearly and creatively.
Here are the posts from this week with a short summary:
- Jul 1, 2022. Digital advertising: Short-term complications and long-term reputation loss.
- Jun 30, 2022. The dumbest uses of media resources.
- Jun 29, 2022. Who do marketers receive these consumer profiles from? Do they have access to this data, too? What are they doing with that data?
- Jun 28, 2022. Lol. What an entitled prick.
- Jun 27, 2022. A terrific way to understand so many cultures.
- Jun 26, 2022. This is why baseball continues to be America's pastime.
- Jun 25, 2022. Since technology is in nearly every single thing we do these days, I suppose this applies to any and every discipline.
(In looking back, maybe I need some tags to better highlight which topic these are focused on, especially since the titles are all the same?)
I tried infrared photography this past week. Kinda cool.
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