Notes on “How to Write Online Workshop” by David Perell

In this ~1 hour video David Perell explains his method for writing. The Capture Habit You need a note-taking system for generating better ideas. What ideas should you save? PILE: personal inspiring easily lost (losable) effective (useful) Sources: ebooks, online articles – use a service like readwise. Capture your ideas while you read. Capture things while they are fresh. Writing Modern writing isn’t created. It’s assembled.
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Experiment: 100 Days of Blogging

Inspired by Seth Goding and other folks like Mike Crittenden, I’m going to write a blog post each day for 100 days. Writing daily was a habit that I followed in 2019 and 2020, until I burned out on writing. My situation is different now. I’ve quit my job as a civil servant and will start my first job as a software developer in July. I plan to use my free time to learn a few new things (Angular, Java), play around with things that I enjoy (Go), writing and reading.
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Notes About the Craft of Writing Effectively

Notes About the Craft of Writing Effectively
About writing beyond academic papers The Art of Writing Effectively is a fabulous lecture by Larry McEnerney, Director of the University of Chicago’s Writing Program, on being an expert and conveying your ideas. The lecture and a related workshop called Writing Beyond the Academy take around 3 hours of time to watch. It’s time worth spending, but if you want a quick overview, here are my notes.
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