Tag: blogging

  • A Fogknife blogroll (April 21, 2019)

    If you enjoy reading Fogknife, you might also enjoy exploring the following websites — each of which I myself subscribe to, via their respective RSS feeds.

  • More thoughts on counting blog readership (January 17, 2018)

    I continue to grind my gears over the tricky problem of measuring blog readership (and not just raw traffic) with any degree of confidence.

  • Announcing Bise, a blog-readership reporter (January 3, 2018)

    I announce the first release of Bise, a little tool for measuring the readership (distinct from overall traffic) of one's blog.

  • Less tweet, more meat (February 17, 2015)

    Coincidentally, after my previous post mentioning both Marco Arment and Google Reader, Marco himself dismally speculated that Reader’s dissolution in the summer of 2013 coincides with a global cessation of growth among blogs’ readership.

  • A good example of why I do anything (January 9, 2015)

    I shall now share with you the story of this blog’s true casus belli.

  • Octopress: Whys and First Thoughts
    (March 31, 2013)

    So anyway, yes, I appear to have a new personal blog. Again. I haven’t launched a jmac-blog (versus a game blog since my last attempt, more than five years ago. After only a few months of that, I declared the experiment over and returned to Livejournal, which had been my blogging base since 2001.

  • Putting Twitter back into Octopress (March 30, 2013)

    Update: This blog no longer uses Octopress, as it did when I wrote this post in 2013. (It now uses an Octopress-inspired engine of my own design ). However, to the best of my knowledge, the information in this post remains true. If you came here via a link or search, I hope you find it useful.