In This Episode: How do we produce so much content? (the secrets)
This week the TEH Podcast is hosted by Leo Notenboom, the “Chief Question Answerer” at Ask Leo!, and Gary Rosenzweig, the host and producer of MacMost, and mobile game developer at Clever Media.
(You’ll find longer Bios on the Hosts page.)
- 0:00 The amount of comments websites get… and Youtube
- 4:35 The amount of contect we have both produced… it’s crazy
- 5:52 More than the Simpsons… and Super Natural
- 7:36 The “secrets” to lots of content. How have we been able to do that when most people fail?
- 8:34 Deadline mentality
- 10:10 Commitments like a newsletter (book Indistractible)
- 16:30 Plan ahead for breaks… stay ahead of schedule
- 24:00 Assistants
- 28:06 Variety in topics, style, keeping up with Google, everything is changing. Learning is motivating
- 32:59 Good instead of perfect
- 35:25 Always optimizing… noticing what’s slowing me down
- 37:40 Eliminating what gets in the way
- 41:00 Just do something
- 42:55 Passion?
Ain’t it Cool
- LN: 46:14 Stealing https://amzn.to/3kXbbsG (that’s Kay’s link for the 8TB SSD)
- GR: 48:09 Kingdom on Netflix
BSP: Blatant Self-Promotion
- LN: 52:11 How Do Websites Keep Passwords Secure?
- GR: 52:57 The Secret History of Mac Keyboard Keys
5 Comments on “TEH 142: How do we produce so much content? (the secrets)”
Hey, guys. You’ve got this one labelled as Ep 141. s/b 142 unless I missed something.
I really love this podcast. Today you happened tp mention Leo’s first article still being online. This brought up a pet peeve of mine. Frequently when I use search online I get several old and outdated answers (for me anyhow). I realize that this is necessary since a lot of people need this old information. They are usually dated on the search results but sometimes not in the actual article and for that matter also not on the search results. This drives me crazy since sometimes the steps to do something have changed. You guys are great at this.
is there a way to force or figure out the original date of an article. – Tom
Hi Guys – You mentioned an old article of Leo’s and my mind went here. You guys are not part of the problem.
I have a problem with search result articles not being dated so you can have a better guess at what version you are reading about. Id there a way to “dig” out the original publish date of an article on the web? – Thanks
Not really, because there’s no agreement on just what that date should mean, or what it actually represents, or how it should be delivered. I have an (old?) article on that: How Do I Find Out When a Webpage Was Written?