After recharging my batteries for ten days in Norway, I’m ready to once again bury myself in work.
I’ve switched over to using Buttondown for delivery services for my daily tech newsletter. Their service is exactly what I was looking for. It’s simple, I can write the content in Markdown (just like I do for the site), I can switch the tracking off and they’re a small, independent operation and not a startup backed by venture capitalists. Seems pretty perfect for me!
Explaining my rationale for moving away from social networks and towards a more indieweb approach with direct contact to my readers.
If you want to send me material for a story securely and anonymously, I’ve set up a new way for you to do so.
I’ve moved my newsletter archives from the blog to its own pages. I’ve also renamed the thing.
An introduction to my brand new tech news and commentary newsletter The Truth.
One step closer to the dream: Make a living from podcasting and streaming.
After almost seven years, I’m leaving the publisher Heise in Hanover.
Today I’m announcing something I have worked on for quite a while now. I’m going freelance by the end of the year.
Welcome to FOXTROT ALFA BRAVO, the project site and blog for fab.industries, my newest endeavor on the web.