In an effort to help me keep up with everything I post each week, here is my latest “Sunday Summary” of my posts from the week.
Mon, October 23: Wanting to attend a better school is almost as good as getting into one
Families that try to get their children into a better school see better results for their child, even if they’re never able to change schools.
Tue, October 24: Remove something else
It can be tempting to add more features to your product, but you’re almost always better off removing some instead.
Wed, October 25: No one will be there to explain it to the customer
While you need to be able to justify your design and advertising ideas to your colleagues, you won’t have the ability to explain things to the end user. As a result, your ideas need to be able to stand on their own with zero explanation.
Thu, October 26: Threads is starting to replace X/Twitter
It’s been a bit up and down for Threads since it launched, with with X/Twitter continuing to decline, Threads really seems to be gaining speed.
Fri, October 27: Promote what you love, or bash what you hate?
The answer to that should be fairly obvious, but let’s dig into what Kevin Kelly had to say about it.
Sat, October 28: Three years of daily blogging
I hit three years of blogging every day, and here are a few lessons I gained from it.
I hope you found some value in this. If you ever have questions, ideas, or disagreements regarding anything I write, please don’t hesitate to reach out.