Back in August, my life changed dramatically. Along with my business partner Dominic DiMarco, I started MobileIgniter. The time available for a personal blog went from scant to zero.
I recently visited my long-neglected blog and realized that it was like my life had turned off for the last 7 months. But, that is so not true. It just changed. A Lot.
So, if I want to keep having a personal blog, I need to change what it is. It will still be largely technical rants and entrepreneurial dreams, but the scope will change.
Fortunately, this shift will affect almost no one. That’s the beauty of having a small audience. Heck, it might even get smaller.
As far as content is concerned, I expect this will be the longest post I write from now on. In terms of topics, I hope to talk about building this business. The resources I’m leveraging to get things done and what I’m learning through the process – both the moments of epiphany and the potholes to avoid.
Why? Because the conversations I have with other startup folks often revolve around finding these resources – the tools, products, code snippets, marketing strategies, pitfalls, etc. The more of it that’s on the web, the better.