Monthly Archives: March 2017

Julia

This is really neat:

The role of Julia is played by Stacey Gordon … a Phoenix-based puppeteer who … has a [13-year-old] son with autism, and, before she started her family, was a therapist to youngsters on the spectrum.

The introduction of an autistic muppet is bold but needed. Love this so much:

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Freaks, Systems, Mental Spring Cleaning

I had forgotten that I had contributed a few things to Chris Brogan’s book, The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth, which apparently came out in 2014; wow, has it been that long?!

I was reminded of this from a digital friend, Andy, who’s a Church of England vicar, DJ, musician, artist, magician, and entrepreneur… among many other things, who wrote me a great email full of encouragement.

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YouTube and Trolls

Simply because I’ve been spending time uploading at least one new video to YouTube a day I’ve now had the distinct pleasure of having internet trolls spend time commenting on them.

Strangely, unlike my previous social networks or digital properties my reaction has been distinctly different! Instead of getting upset or annoyed I’m actually pleased.

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A Simple Content Marketing Playbook for Startups

I’ve already spoken a bit about our efforts to grow a platform and a community around our early-stage company and because we know that it works we’ve been at it since Day #1 (and we obviously encourage you to do the same!).

Our motivation was simple and we decided, among many other reasons, to take and heed the advice of David Bailey (whom I’ve already quoted before):

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Parents: YouTube

There are a lot of things I don’t like about this article, mostly because it feels a bit more political than it needs to be, but, that’s probably my insecurity with such things.

But, it was these few things that really caused me to pause for a moment and consider my own decisions as a parent:

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