During the 2010 WordCount Blogathon, I’m using Sundays to re-run some of my favorite posts.
When you write about technology, it’s easy to get swept up in the latest and greatest and assume everybody else is right there with you. But not everyone is an early adopter, a fact that’s come home to me during the WordCount Blogathon.
The 110+ writers who are taking part in the month-long event are representative of technology users. On one end of the spectrum are the people who know the inner workings of WordPress and Twitter so well they could teach classes on it (and some do). On the other are people using the Blogathon to start their very first blog. I can’t teach anything to the first group they don’t already know. But I can help the second group. Here are a number of posts I’ve written over the past two years on a range of tech topics:
- My favorite technology innovation: Track Changes
- New tools for a new writing world
- Tech tools for writers
- Guest post: Blogging and Twitter, the perfect match
- Matt Mullenweg loves WordPress
- WordPress users can add ratings to posts, comments
- ASBPE guest posts: simple steps for starting a blog
- Link your WordPress, Six Apart blog to your LinkedIn account
- Lessons learned from a year on Twitter
- Williams wants Twitter’s List feature to ‘go nuts’
- How not to out yourself on Facebook
- New ways to use LinkedIn to find story sources
- Is it OK to friend your editor on Facebook?
- Social media for small business
- On TwiTip: When one Twitter account isn’t enough
- A writer’s guide to getting the most out of Twitter
- The secret of my LinkedIn success