“Babysteps are the key,” says Jennie. “I’ve attended five hackathons, but have only done one solo project. My first two hackathons, I didn’t do any work beyond the UI. Then, I worked with a friend with a similar knowledge on two hackathons, where I did about half the work. Finally, this weekend I ventured out […]
And per Perez, I will start throwing watermelons at you if you do.
“Be irreverent and fun.” No wonder they hired me. 90 days at DreamHost, and I’m so damn happy. It’s not just the ping pong, either.
One month on Kindle and I’m certainly not rich, but the book is selling.
The Oatmeal was sued by a site ripping it off. Hilarity (and some graphic imagry) ensues.
So the ebook holds solid at 3% sales. Which isn’t great. There’s room for improvement. So why did I do what I did and what will I do next?
Pay what you want if it’s worth something. Don’t pay if it’s not. It won’t change the world, but it gets things done.
Thanks to you being awesome, I have a MiFi! As promised, here’s a status report.
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