“I have one piece of advice: if you read a book you love, tell other people about it. Tell them face-to-face. In your groupchat. On social media. Even on Goodreads. Every book is a lottery ticket, but the bezzlers are buying their tickets by the case: every time you tell someone about a book you loved (and even better, why you loved it), you buy a writer another ticket.”Cory Doctorow
“When should it be posted? If the event is tomorrow, the answer is not tonight. Most people won’t see it until two days from now – it’s too late. Like when restaurants post their daily specials at 6 pm – great, hope your dinner service was wonderful. I saw it at noon the next day, and it means nothing to me now, I wish I had known about it sooner so I could plan.”Chelsea Bradley from ‘Your Content is Killing Your Brand‘
“Find people who inspire you and create dope shit together.“Jesse Nyberg
We are the creative professionals who base our entire careers on making things look interesting.
Why would we stop with our branding, our collateral material, and – for the love of God – our website?
We are in the world of visual excellence. We should make visual excellence the priority feature of our brand.Don Giannatti
Don’t rely on digital records.
My advice is to download your Instagram feed now! Print it out in a book (there are online services that will do this for you). Write your memoir and self-publish it; print out photos of your art, bind the pages yourself and hand copies to all your best friends and family; share your work! And share it widely and generously.Jacqueline Calladine at Private View
“My goal with my content is to teach people how to use technology to pursue their best lives. Technology can help if used wisely. Social media works against that goal. If, as a society, we’re starting to think about ways to put some constraints on social media, sign me up.”David Sparks
“Maximizing something is simple and may be satisfying. It doesn’t involve difficult tradeoffs and it’s easy to measure. But that doesn’t mean it’s a good idea.”Seth Godin
“The decision to stop at a location, to mentally frame a scene on your page, is the deliberate act of reducing your complex reality to simple lines and shapes.”Nishant Jain of The SneakyArt Post