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When writing you want perfection. You go at it draft by draft. But then something falls out. Or I, the writer, change. I read what I’ve written ten years later, something that was good then, but I am a different person now and it isn’t perfect anymore. Imperfection creeps in, the silent invader who often […]Read More
When I consume an espresso quickly over the kitchen sink I experience a memory story. I am in Rome, in 1982, drinking my first stand-up espresso at a bar. It was on the Piazza Navona. Sunlight penetrated to the bright bottles of alcohol and animated the espresso machine. Men, and a few women, but mostly […]Read More
Bulging three-ring binders. Index cards stuffed snugly into a wooden recipe box so it won’t close. Books crammed with Post-it notes. Everyone has their own way of taking and keeping notes. It’s best to make a fuss about your notes. I’ve discovered that the more convoluted your note-taking process, the better it is for you. […]Read More
Here’s the thing. I constantly get ideas, writing them down on index cards, in notebooks, talking them into voice recorder apps. If I had a waterproof notepad I would be writing things down in the shower. My bounty of ideas is great, but they do the most good in the world of podcasting when I […]Read More
Written by Lewis Parrott [Editor’s Note: This guest post is a deep-dive review and tutorial about one of our favorite apps, Trello.] My friends are avoiding me. Not because I’m a bad person (at least I don’t think so), but because I can’t stop talking about friggin’ Trello. This thing has become my obsession over […]Read More