I create a lot of content. Here’s some of it.
Content That I Update
These are things that I keep adding to.
My list of book reviews from Goodreads.
I post to this very sporadically. There are posts here that go back 15 years.
A list of places I’ve traveled to.
Random things on the Internet that I’ve found interesting.
I’ve been taking pictures of cheese plates for about eight years.
In the past, I’ve regularly contributed to a couple of blogs.
Very early in the history of the web, I used to edit and write for a James Bond fan site. In this capacity, I wrote a bunch of articles which I’ve started to re-format and re-publish.
I did some blogging on the site of the local CrossFit gym. The posts are archived here.
These are things that I wrote and don’t really change much.
I wrote a meditation on Ray Oldenburg’s book “The Great, Good Place,” which is about the concept of public spaces and the role they play in our life. Boing Boing published it. The comments were extensive and thoughtful.
A graphic I made one day when I was struggling with a strategic decision that shows the relationship between value and execution.
A one-page website I wrote in a fit of pique at people sharing stupid things on social media.
My wife and I spent some time playing “Ticket to Ride,” and I jotted down some notes on strategy.
I tried to create a “maturity model” for Christian faith. It may or may not be ridiculous.
I built the LEGO set of Central Perk from Friends. I did a photo essay of it.
We wrote this letter to one of our children while they were planning for college. I’m publishing it in case it might help other parents.
In 2017, I did some number-gathering on the word counts of the books of The Bible, summarized here in a table.
An archived Facebook post, where I examined the semantics of the pandemic – what the words were we using actually meant.
Twenty years ago, I turned down some friends who were trying to get me to join a multi-level marketing business. I researched the concept for a week, and then wrote them a long email, which I’ve archived here. Two decades later, it’s still just as accurate as the day I wrote it.