Writer and marketer doling out perspective as a service
Obsidian is a favorite of the tech crowd, but in this post I share how it can be a great marketing tool as well.
#obsidian #marketing #writing #blogging
I just wrote my first script, for a marketing video idea.
Btw, if you use Obsidian, the Fountain plugin is great for screenwriting!
Top Gun: Maverick was everything it should have been.
Right parts nostalgia, right parts modern.
My biggest complaint: It could have done without the love story. But hey, it's Hollywood.
@matt I got accepted into tilde.town, but I'm not familiar with chat over ssh.
Do you have any resources to help me out? Text or video?
Last night I installed Debian 11 on my Thinkpad.
And I eventually installed i3.
Now I see what all the hype is about.
So minimal. Auto-tiling is nice. And I can see the potential as I learn more of the keyboard shortcuts.
Also, this is how my employer decided to nerd it up for May the Fourth.
May the Fourth is the perfect day to share these Star Wars prints I got from an artist in Portland, Oregon.
Marketing in tech is great.
But I'm burned out on the whole "whatever"-as-a-service thing.
Welp, you can fight it . . .
Or you can rebel in your own way.
Slight change to the blog
I'm digging the option to add links in a Linktree-like format on Polywork profiles.
The social icons always seemed as if they were too easy to miss while scrolling.
Remember how Luke Skywalker couldn't become a real Jedi until he redeemed Vader?
Writers will always have imposter syndrome and never feel like a Real Writer™ until they can write "About Me" pages without flinching.
This is our burden and our struggle. 😞
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