paulsilver / Paul Silver

I’m a freelance webbie based near Brighton, England. I tend to listen to science fiction, business news, tech & programming stuffs.

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  1. Bootstrapped, Episode 45, “Adventures in Hacker News” at Bootstrapped

    Ian and Andrey discuss taking a vacation while bootstrapping, the craziness of Hacker News, LaraJobs, Scribbleton, installing desktop software, mods, git, pity purchases, Linux desktop apps, Walmart, the new square BlackBerry, Commodore 64, consulting work, how much it costs to build an app, shutting down a SaaS that isn’t performing, who handles support, bad web hosting, Martha’s Vineyard, American Presidents, Ian posting Scribbleton on Hacker News and causing trouble.

    LaraJobs
    Scribbleton
    River Raid on the Commodore 64
    Ionic framework
    

    http://bootstrapped.fm/bootstrapped-episode-45-adventures-in-hacker-news/

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  2. Bootstrapped, Episode 44, “I’m Recording Now” at Bootstrapped

    Ian’s (non-life threatening) health issues, delaying the Bootstrapped Conference, quarters as a service, app translation, LaraJobs, what we’d do if we had to work someplace else, Scribbleton update, twitter as protocol.

    Level Up Conference
    MacDowell Colony
    Washboard.co – Even the goodbye letter is weird, don’t miss the video.
    Tehtras
    Transifex
    LaraJobs
    

    http://bootstrapped.fm/bootstrapped-episode-44-im-recording-now/

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  3. Interview with Tommy Noonan from SupplementReviews.com

    Interview with Tommy from SupplementReviews.com

    Not a lot of people out there talk about how to build a community online, so I thought it would be very interesting to chat with Tommy and ask him those kinds of questions.

    In this interview we talk about: * How Supplement Reviews started and promoted initially

    • The features that make Supplement Reviews successful and lead to it being so high quality

    • How people are rewarded for writing content for the site (hint: it doesn’t cost a cent, and it’s extremely addictive and causes people to return to the site, engage and contribute over and over).

    • How to maintain a high quality of content on a review site and avoid the obvious spammers who are trying to promote their own products

    http://www.incomedude.com/interview-with-tommy-supplementreviews-com/

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  4. Episode 6 – All of life is one Sam’s Rant | The Late Night Bootstrapped Show

    In this episode of The Late Night Boostrapped Show Sam and Rich discuss

    Marketing plans for Habit Mix

    Not having time to implement a concierge MVP for Campaign Panel

    Rich’s programming background and why he thinks using Ruby on Rails may have been a mistake

    Sam has a new product idea

    Improving wireless performance by raising the height

    The MicroConf talk that Rich Submitted

    WhatsApp

    Building apps that are wrong

    Episode 6 – All of life is one Sam’s Rant MP3 File

    http://thelatenightbootstrappedshow.com/episode-6-all-of-life-is-one-sams-rant/

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  5. Episode 7 – 50% more listeners | The Late Night Bootstrapped Show

    In this episode of The Late Night Boostrapped Show Sam and Rich discuss

    Update for Habit Mix Using interviews to create new unique content Implementing documentation and help for your SaaS application Gamification of Habbit Mix Update for Campaign Panel Sam’s tips of the day Telling someone their idea sucks Sam’s rant – business renovation shows

    From: http://thelatenightbootstrappedshow.com/episode-7-50-more-listeners/

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  6. Episode 8 – We prove P is not equal NP | The Late Night Bootstrapped Show

    In this episode of The Late Night Boostrapped Show Sam and Rich discuss

    Still haven’t hit our groove for the podcast

    Update for Habit Mix

    Rich being slammed in the mastermind for lack of progress

    Sam’s new technique for staying motivated

    Gamification of Habbit Mix

    There’s YC Combinator funded start-up that’s pretty close to Campaign Panel

    Doing interviews to create content

    On boarding issues for Sam’s other SaaS app

    N v NP and Scott Aaronson

    Sam wants more podcasts

    Doddsville Podcast

    Our love of Australian retailers and overseas competitors

    Is Linkedin the new school dance?

    Sam’s rant – business renovation shows

    Episode 8 – We prove P is not equal NP MP3 File

    http://thelatenightbootstrappedshow.com/episode-8-we-prove-p-is-not-equal-np/

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  7. .guru, .tips, .sexy: The Wild West Of Internet Domains : Planet Money : NPR

    Nearly 2,000 new top-level Internet domains are becoming available. Which are the most popular so far? And what will become of .com?

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2014/04/04/298989404/new-web-addresses-provide-alternatives-to-crowded-domains?ft=1&f=93559255

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  8. EPISODE 71 - 910CMX Webcomic Talk Group with CD Rudd - TalkShoe

    Talk live with the creator of SailorSun.org and creators, authors, and staff of other Webcomics.

    Potentially: Dan Shive of El Goonish Shive is on this episode (and the two after it)

    http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/talkCast.jsp?masterId=31253&cmd=tc

    download

    Tagged with webcomics

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  9. Podcast #48- Goal setting and processes, Claff ain’t got the answers - WP Curve

    In episode 48 we discuss our 2014 goals and how we plan on making them happen with processes.

    Types of goals

    Fixed goals, make them achievable

    Shifting goals can help with ongoing day to day motivation

    Themes can sit behind big decisions

    Processes that bring goals into reality

    2014 WP Curve goals

    Themes

    More content

    More recurring revenue

    Take ourselves more seriously (more professional)

    Consolidation – get our branding right and consolidate our offerings a bit

    Goals

    $250,000 annual recurring revenue run rate by the end of the year

    365 pieces of content published

    Dan to meet Alex in the US

    Processes

    More automation inside Trello

    Getting staff to do some of the content promotion and pulling posts together

    Weekly reminders for podcasts and other content (Zapier and Trello)

    Daily time blocked out for content (Google Calendar)

    Increased idea funnel into Trello

    Processes for engaging guest authors

    Mentions in the show

    This is what happens when you Google ‘Dan Norris’

    James Schramko on ideas

    John Dumas from Entrepreneur on Fire

    Nathan Barry Authority

    Chris Lema

    Content Club

    The Dan Norris

    Trello

    Zapier

    Seth Godin

    Laura Roeder guest authors

    Scott Adams

    Joe Rogan and Steve Pressfield

    Our monthly income reports

    Tell us your goals and your approach to goal setting

    We’d love to know what you are planning on doing in 2014. Please let us know in the comments below and how you go about setting goals and making them happen.

    Tagged With:

    goal setting

    planning

    podcast

    web domination

    you ain’t got the answers

    About Dan Norris

    Dan is the co-founder of WP Curve and is passionate about helping people succeed online. Join him on Facebook, Twitter or Google .

    http://wpcurve.com/podcast-48-goal-setting/

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  10. Ser MJS - Adventures in SciFi Publishing, ep 250

    How serendipitous to have big news for our 250th episode? In an effort to keep the lid on the news, I’ll leave the show notes at this. I’ll come back in a day or so and put in some links to stuff we talk about. For now, have a listen, and thanks so much to our audience for keeping us around this long.

    We chatted about an indie gogo campaign coming up for Brent’s friend, Eric Reynolds of Hadley Rille Books, who suffered a stroke recently.

    Moses chats about nearing the finish line with THE NINTH WIND, the first book in his new trilogy. His previous novel, THE BLACK GOD’S WAR is described as a stand alone, similar to how THE HOBBIT is to LORD OF THE RINGS. Yeah, he says he’s that good.

    Just kidding, but it is a good analogy because as we talk about POV shifting, he says that TNW may be a better starting point for people to read his series, or TBGW could be a better start based on preferences for shifting between POVs.

    We chatted about getting good feedback and readers for your fiction. We talked about finding good fiction as readers, including how we read now that we are critical editors for our own writing.

    Duration: 1:10:00

    http://www.adventuresinscifipublishing.com/2014/03/aisfp-250-ser-mjs/

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