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Mar 9, 2018 8 tweets 4 min read
I've been working on a #marketing #funnel for my #writing business, #hostwriting.

This thread has full disclosure of my funnel. If you're interested in Hostwriting, you'll know what you're getting into. If you're into business, you can copy it, or give me feedback. If you look at, I will ask you to join my mailing list (

If you subscribe, you will receive ~6 emails with useful advice for writing you won't find elsewhere, as well as any updates about #Hostwriting. Welcome to Hostwriting!
Mar 5, 2018 14 tweets 4 min read
Tweetstorms or threaded tweets have become a popular way to share and distribute ideas both with and beyond the character constraints (formerly 140, now 280). ✍️ As Tiago Forte @fortelabs has pointed out, you can "dial down the scope" of writing by writing a tweetstorm, receiving feedback, and then adapting into a blog post, or some other, larger deliverable. 🎛️

Tweetstorms occupy a space and size between a tweet and a blog post. A thermostat's temperature dial on a wall
Dec 31, 2017 11 tweets 5 min read
Usually, people learn languages + tools to start or further a career as a programmer, engineer, etc. Otherwise, people typically stick to what is easily available / understandable to them (e.g., smartphone apps, consumer applications and OS's, typically no programming). Both these options are fine, but I don't think there needs to be a divide between technologists and non-technologists, programmers and non-programmers. Time will blur and destroy this divide, like it did with previous soft technologies writing + money (…).
Dec 29, 2017 7 tweets 4 min read
In 2017, I played a lot of board games in person, and online, with @boardgamearena. My favorites: Codenames, Noir, Outlaws, Secret Moon, Pandemic (especially Legacy), Quantum, + an old favorite, chess. I used to think playing games was: wasted time, guilty pleasure. Now I let myself enjoy them, + I also think there are benefits. @soryuforall says sports are life minus everything important. You can mess up + experiment. Even if you lose, you learn. Same is true w/ games.
Nov 29, 2017 46 tweets 5 min read
0/ Several people read my last tweetstorm and found that it assumed too much context. So here's round two. 1/ Some people take notes. Some people don't. Do you?
Nov 28, 2017 15 tweets 3 min read
1/ I'm toying with the idea of a final stage of Progressive Summarization. #BASB 2/ Currently, the final stage is to incorporate what you've learned from your notes into a "remixed" deliverable of some kind - such as a tweet, a blog post, or a book.
Nov 27, 2017 5 tweets 2 min read
1/ #Anki #srs has a concept of leeches: "cards that you keep on forgetting. Because they require so many reviews, they take up a lot more of your time than other cards."… 2/ There are also leeches in your task manager: tasks that you keep on rescheduling / procrastinating.
Feb 19, 2016 4 tweets 1 min read
Hmm! What about Johnson's second claim, pre-filtering on what you call resonance getting a high signal-to-noise? Bet you're right that most of the tools out there aren't good enough, though. Or too complicated, or proprietary, or...