Archive of: Writing

The Profitable Side Project Handbook - now available

After an epic week of battling with e-book formats, this morning I have launched my new book The Profitable Side Project Handbook.

My 2013 in writing and speaking

A look back at some of my writing, speaking and podcast episodes this year.

Table of Contents for The Profitable Side Project

Over the Christmas period I finished the first draft of my upcoming book and today am posting a table of contents and a little update on progress.

Smashing Book 4: Writing about technical support

The Smashing Book 4 has been released today. My chapter is about technical support and this post links up some of my other writing and speaking on the subject.

Announcing The Profitable Side Project Handbook

I’m self-publishing an e-book based on the things we have learned taking our product Perch from side project to our main business.

Writing about the business of web development for A List Apart

Announcing my new A List Apart column on The Business of Web Development.

New book: CSS3 Layout Modules

When Five Simple Steps approached me to write a pocket guide for their new series of short, digital format only books, I thought it a great chance to cover the cutting edge of CSS layout. I wanted to cover those new proposals in CSS3 that have the potential to radically change how we layout web pages.

The CSS3 Anthology

Launched today is the fourth edition of my book The CSS Anthology, retitled to The CSS3 Anthology to reflect the major rewrite that this edition has been through. You can get the digital version right now from Sitepoint, and also order the print edition if you like [...]

Writing beginner level tutorials

I’ve been writing books and articles for around ten years. However, like most of us who write about web design and development, I didn’t set out to be a writer. I simply do interesting things in the course of my job and then write about them. A lot [...]

On lucky breaks and saying yes

Yesterday Zeldman wrote,

The first thing I got about the web was its ability to empower the maker. The year was 1995, and I was tinkering at my first website. The medium was raw and ugly, like a forceps baby; yet even in its blind, howling state, it made me a [...]

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