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swyx 🌟
In my blogging I'm starting to refer to blogposts I haven't yet written and instead of going back to link them in future I'm just stubbing out the post and asking people to yell at me if they really want to read it
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Aaron Ransley 🍂 21 Oct 19
Replying to @swyx
Love this technique, and the stub article as well! I was just thinking about something similar the other day, when noticing how long-lived the productivity benefits of a toolset like Rails have been. I'd consider Rails a "hammer" vs. the ala-carte Node trends & it pays off!
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؜ 21 Oct 19
Replying to @swyx
Can I use this technique at work for feature tickets?
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swyx 🌟 21 Oct 19
Replying to @lochieaxon
its basically done once you make it the rest is implementation details
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chase adams 21 Oct 19
Replying to @swyx
How long have you been doing this and how well is it working?
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swyx 🌟 21 Oct 19
Replying to @chaseadamsio
this is my first 🤷🏼‍♂️
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ˈtājəs kumar 21 Oct 19
Replying to @swyx
You are the future.
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swyx 🌟 21 Oct 19
Replying to @TejasKumar_
Title-Driven Blogging
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Joel Califa 21 Oct 19
Replying to @swyx
this is so good
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Timothy Leverett 21 Oct 19
Replying to @swyx
I've considered doing something like this because I have a lot of ideas I'd like to eventually cross-link on my blog. I haven't, largely because it makes me nervous. Not that people might yell at me to write more so much as...what if no one does?
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