Here’s just a few of the thousands of articles I’ve written over the years.
- Actual impostors don’t get impostor syndrome. This was the top post on both HackerNews and Reddit.
- How to start doing a thing when you really, really don’t want to. I enjoy asking my co-workers for advice and turning that advice into blog posts.
- The best way to learn tech is to push all of the buttons. You can do this. Really.
- How to use Legos to manage your time better. Probably the best idea I’ve ever had. I even wrote a follow-up when a co-worker turned out to be using my method almost a decade later.
- The company you work for is not a family. If someone says otherwise, run.
- You should absolutely wave at the end of video calls. Only haters disagree.
- Managers: never text just the word “hi”: to your reports because we’ll assume we just got fired.
- Why you shouldn’t use the winky emoji at work. (Because it’s creepy.)
- The best to do list apps. Top ranking search result read by millions. Related:
- The Mac App Store is full of scams. This was shared on Daring Fireball. Apple removed all the apps mentioned, which I consider a win.
- How to add an em dash key to your computer. Top ranking search result, is literally changing lives.
- Software is changing your habits. Make sure you agree with those changes.
- When to mute during video calls. Someone had to make a definitive ruling.
- Can you use Discord for your business?. Turns out there’s no rule against it.
- How to edit a Tweet. Yes: I think I’m very funny.
- PLEASE UPDATE: Why 2020 will be even better than 2019. Further evidence that I think I’m funny.