The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 217, With Special Guest Jason Kottke

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  1. Jason Kottke and Twenty Years of kottke.org

    Kottke.org is a website. It is not an app. It is not a product. It is simply a static website, updated daily, running some rickety old blogging software. As of March of 2018 it’s been consistently updated for twenty years. It is largely the product of a single mind: Jason Kottke. Kottke.org has shaped the way many of us have thought about news, blogging, and linking. On Margins talks with Jason about his two decades of blogging, influences in his life that shaped how he works today, and what kottke.org would look like were it a book.  Show Links:  

    kottke.org kottke.org — 10 years old

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    Nieman Labs: How Jason Kottke is thinking about kottke.org at 20 Noticing — the kottke.org newsletter written by Tim Carmondy kottke.org memberships

    Full transcript and audio online at: https://craigmod.com/onmargins/005/

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  2. 005: Jason Kottke and Twenty Years of kottke.org

    Kottke.org is a website. It is not an app. It is not a product. It is simply a static website, updated daily, running some rickety old blogging software. As of March of 2018 it’s been consistently updated for twenty years. It is largely the product of a single mind: Jason Kottke. Kottke.org has shaped the way many of us have thought about news, blogging, and linking. On Margins talks with Jason about his two decades of blogging, influences in his life that shaped how he works today, and what kottke.org would look like were it a book.  Show Links:  

    kottke.org kottke.org — 10 years old

    kottke.org — 20 years of gratitude and acknowledgements kottke.org — twenty

    Nieman Labs: How Jason Kottke is thinking about kottke.org at 20 Noticing — the kottke.org newsletter written by Tim Carmondy kottke.org memberships

    Full transcript and audio online at: https://craigmod.com/onmargins/005/

    https://craigmod.com/onmargins/005/

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  3. Kottke.org’s Jason Kottke, @jkottke | Internet History Podcast

    Jason Kottke, of kottke.org fame, was one of the early bloggers, one of the first bloggers to go pro, and one of the few solo bloggers still going. If you know Kottke.org, then you love it. How could you not? If you’ve never heard of it, you can thank me later. This episode examines what it means to be a publisher on the web for 20 years as well as the discipline required to find cool stuff on the web every single day (almost).

    http://www.internethistorypodcast.com/2018/04/kottke-orgs-jason-kottke-jkottke/

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  4. 5by5 | The Pipeline #8: Jason Kottke

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    Dan Benjamin interviews Jason Kottke, the independent publisher of "kottke.org":http://kottke.org since 1998. They discuss blogging for a living, general vs. niche blogs, content longevity, making the transition to full-time blogging, how taking a break (even for a week) can affect traffic, finding links, guest bloggers, the good and bad of comments, and more. http://5by5.tv/pipeline/8

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  5. A Conversation with Jason Kottke

    Jason Kottke started Kottke.org in 1998, making it one of the oldest, still maintained blogs on the web with over 26,000 posts spanning topics from art and technology to design, culture, and general knowledge. This is a peek behind the scenes of Jason’s process, his philosophies, and general thoughts on the internet––where it’s been, and maybe where it’s going. We talked about what running the blog looks like now, how it’s changed over the years. The evolution of patronage models, and his current thoughts on them. We talked a bit about burn out and managing that tension between what you really want to do versus what may appear to be the path of success online. And about the increasingly challenging task of maintaining ownership over what you create online. We also compared and contrasted our experiences as an OG blogger versus an OG vlogger, and how terrible both of those words are.

    https://art19.com/shows/coronavirus-daily-briefing/episodes/ed5804c9-7824-40f2-9edd-a5a3de026a5d

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  6. Webstock ‘13: Jason Kottke - I built a web app (& you can too)

    I have spent the last three years working on, primarily by myself in my spare time, a web app called Stellar, which collects your social media favorites all in one place. It was easy to build and also difficult to build. I’ll share what I’ve learned while building it and what I’m still struggling with. And maybe we can help each other figure out how to make it easy for more people to make their own apps and what to do with them once they’re out in the world.

    Audio rip, original here: http://vimeo.com/63982137

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  7. GTD® Virtual Study Group: Dean Acheson

    This episode features special guest, Dean Acheson. David Allen credits Dean as the originator of the next-action thinking that sparked what we know as GTD. David recently interviewed Dean as part of the GTD Connect: In Conversation series which created lots of interest in learning more from Dean.

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  8. Jason Kottke and Curating the Web

    It’s people like Jason Kottke that help us decide what is and what isn’t worth reading on the Web. He’s been publishing his suggested content at Kottke.org since 1998, and has been doing it professionally, full-time, since 2005. Since he’s getting pretty good at playing tastemaker for tens of thousands of Internet users, we pulled him into studio to ask him how he feels about playing digital curator.

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