A resource for American citizens put together by former congressional staffers. If you’re a US citizen wondering how you can resist Trump’s agenda, this should provide solid advice on what action you can take.
The most important rule to follow when giving a talk or writing is to be yourself. I can learn just about any topic out there from a million different posts or talks. The reason I’m listening to you is because I want to hear your take. I want to know what you think about it, what you’ve experienced. More than anything, I want your authenticity. I want you to be you.
Ignacio asked me some questions. I was happy to answer them.
As a speaker and a conference organiser, I heartily concur with just about every item in this list.
Charlotte’s opening remarks at the most recent Codebar were, by all accounts, inspiring.
I was asked to give a short talk about my journey into coding and what advice I would give to people starting out.
Speakers from this year’s UX Week conference provide career advice. I think my advice is clearly the best:
To be successful in today’s industry, UX professionals should have really killer paisley shirts. Some people will tell you that it’s more important to have good hair and straight teeth, but in my experience, a really good paisley shirt will really take you places.
There’s a lot of very opinionated advice here, and I don’t agree with all of it, but this is still a very handy resource that’s been lovingly crafted.
Cute. I gave Dan some advice. He made it look all pretty.
Present day Austin Kleon gives ten pieces of advices to past Austin Kleon.
This will be a useful resource to peruse after you've figured out what to have for fucking dinner.
And the award for Best Euphemism In An Online Column goes to...
Some great advice by Paul Graham on how to write well.