Blogosphere

Recommended reading

Here are the blog posts I liked most this week.

My Michigan Road cohort Kurt Garner wrote a great post about how if all you want to do is criticize the people who are trying to get things done, shut up. That’s my blunt interpretation of his words, anyway. Read It’s not the critic who counts

James Altucher built a popular and valuable Web business that he sold for $10 million. He gives lots of good advice about how to do that — and about how to quickly lose the money you made. What’s surprising is his conclusion about how that happened. Read Step By Step Guide to Make $10 Million And Then Totally Blow It

Renée Schuls-Jacobson’s blog used to be funny and frequently updated. But because of bad medical care, she is now on a terrible journey through recovery from benzodiazepine withdrawal. She updates her blog every few months to tell how she’s doing. It’s a horrifying read. Start here and click forward through her blog. Or jusr read her most recent entry:  Read Limping Back to Life

Writing for TechCrunch, Matthew Panzarino calls the iPhone camera as significant as the Kodak Brownie and the Pentax K1000. Then he extols the new camera features in iOS 8 that give some manual control over aperture, shutter speed, white balance, and more. Read A Manual iPhone Camera, Finally

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5 thoughts on “Recommended reading

  1. hmunro says:

    I love your weekly round-ups, Jim — especially your introduction this week to Renée Schuls-Jacobson’s blog. Please keep these coming! (And would you mind terribly if I copy you and do the same?)

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