Happy 10th birthday, John Gruber, of the curation blog, Daring Fireball. A role model of mine in both style and eccentricity 다운로드. I hope to one day achieve your level of excellence and also prove to the world that being a blogger can provide a happy life for me and my family.
A fellow writer, Robinson Meyer of The Atlantic, also pays tribute to Daring Fireball:
This, from a 2008 interview, is still a better articulation of the joy of reading great sequential writing than you’ll regularly find:
Gruber: I’ve always enjoyed the way that with good columnists, it’s not just that their individual articles stand on their own, but that there’s something greater than the sum of the parts when you follow them as a regular reader 다운로드.
And he can still better articulate what’s fun and compelling about link-sharing (which he’s been doing since before we deemed it curation) than anyone 다운로드. From the same interview:
Gruber: There’s a certain pace and rhythm to what I’m going for [when I share links], a mix of the technical, the artful, the thoughtful, and the absurd 다운로드. In the same way that I strive to achieve a certain voice in my prose, as a writer, I strive for a certain voice with regard to what I link to. No single item I post to the Linked List is all that important 다운로드. It’s the mix, the gestalt of an entire day’s worth taken together, that matters to me.