I may appear to be late in realising this, but you can rest assured I’m not. I only wrote it down today, I realised it a long, long time back. Instead of heading to the Institute on day 2 of my research period, I decided to spend the day working at Starbucks. Continue reading
Minimalism is a big word. And it is not what you think it means.
A lot of people I know have caught onto minimalism from my religious adaptation of the philosophy how much ever they may want to deny where it stems from.
Minimalism is not about having little; minimalist design is not about having only what is necessary. Quite the contrary: minimalism is about having lots but presented with careful thought so it does not appear overwhelming. Minimalism is serving you ample food while not making you feel overfed.
To all those who follow a minimalist principle, the least I can do is urge you to read Edward de Bono’s book, “Simplicity”. Continue reading
While on one of my strolls through the Internet I came across an article that boldly claimed to state the top three blogging niches. It began with a declaration and a flaw: that when one is starting a blog, he must chose a profitable blogging topic.
The declaration is pretty straightforward—in fact it is pretty and straightforward—but it could not have been more vague. While the idea of evergreen is fairly obvious, what does it mean to be profitable? A blog that showcases the talents of the writer? A blog that gives great substance, no matter how small the article itself? Continue reading