Posts in this section go back to 2000. Mostly web, and web business related.
My writeup from an airplane returning from the re:build conference in Indianapolis.
Some tips for conference travellers who want to stay well on the road.
The first chapter of my book, The Profitable Side Project Handbook.
Some thoughts on perfectionism and that a “Minimum Viable Product” doesn’t need to mean something of low quality or a prototype.
Yesterday I ran twenty miles. The challenge of running distance often is as much in your head as in your legs. Launching products can be much the same.
In reality building a profitable product business takes a long time. It might be a few years before your business reaches a point where you can say no to client work, or quit your job.
Advice for podcasters and advertisers in terms of what has worked when advertising Perch.
Our product is seeing an increasing number of support requests from end clients who have lost touch with their designer but don’t have access to the third party software and services used on their site.
Thinking about the impact my life before the web has had on my life as a web developer and bootstrapper.
In the March 2014 issue of net I have a cover feature Pro Ways to Launch a Product. In this post I link to some further reading on the subject.
This post focuses on how to create a list of ideas when writing with the aim of driving traffic to your product site.
A rundown of how I used these services to implement payment and delivery of my recent book.
It is all too easy to focus development efforts on big features for your product. In this article I share our experience of a release that just tidied up all the small things that build up over time.
A post about the pain of creating ebook formats from an HTML document.
After an epic week of battling with e-book formats, this morning I have launched my new book The Profitable Side Project Handbook.