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To blog or not to blog

In Blogging, BlogMojo by Andrew Jones7 Comments

In light of Andrew Sullivan’s announcement today to give up blogging after 15 years, (striking similar to my 15 uninterrupted years of blogging with the distinct difference of Andrew Sullivan being talented and famous and Andrew Jones being neither), I am reflecting on my own decision to stop my blog 18 months ago and enter a blog sabbatical that has …

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Vintage logos and fonts. Special deal.

In Blogging, BlogMojo by Andrew Jones126 Comments

I have been collecting vintage fonts and logos recently, despite NOT being a hipster, but the huge collection in the January Big Bundle from Creative Market is about to swamp everything I have and give me plenty of goodies to spruce up the blogs of my friends and clients. Hmmmmmmmm!!!!!! Can’t wait. Especially that Tall Abbey font that could easily …

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The Ghost of John O’Nolan

In BlogMojo by Andrew Jones

From what I have seen of it, Ghost is a new blogging platform that promises a simple path through the Dark Woods of Widget Hell into a word of clean, pure, blogging enjoyment.  It’s impressive and from my point of view, it offers what blogging has lacked for some time: immediacy. By immediacy I mean naked text on a simple page. …

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Blogging Downunder has never been better

In BlogMojo, Uncategorized by Andrew Jones

We might be stuck on the bottom of the planet but somebody has to hold things up for the rest of the world! I am having fun being back in New Zealand after a few decades away. Blogging from Downunder isn’t all that bad. Here’s some things to watch out for. 1. Darren Rowse and friends are hosting an awesome Problogger …

Welcome to my brand spanking new blog.

In BlogMojo by Andrew Jones

Welcome to my new blog. What a great chance to start again. I really loved my old blog on the Typepad platform and it was awesome to have millions of visitors but 10 years is a long time and thousands of posts is quite a pile. It became more a well than a spring. And a blog should be a …