I have some news!
Since, as some of you might know, I’m no longer active on Twitter, I’ve got to get back in the habit of sharing news here. It’ll be good for me, doing some real blogging for a change (in addition to reaping the benefit of not being on Twitter every day.*)
On to it!
After too long to even mention, I just relaunched my site, DrunkenFist.com. I’m really happy to have it updated for the modern web and am continuing to add new content.
Check it out!
Brattle Film Foundation
As you may or may not know, I’ve got a strong interest in non-profits. I’ve supported many organizations over the years as a donor, I spent a couple of years on a small non-profit board and I’m involved with the Trustees of Reservations as a Trustee and member of the Marketing Committee. Adding to that, I just joined the board of the Brattle Film Foundaton. I’ve been going to the Brattle for probably 30 years and have been a long-time supporter of the Foundation (since 2003, I believe,) so it’s a natural fit.
I know this isn’t my technology blog, but I’m still sharing the news here. After taking several years off from the writing books front, I’ve signed on to write a book with Packt Publishing. It’s called Mastering SVG and it will be out early next year.
Choose the Sword
Finally, I’ve going to be publishing another book. This one will be on my own. I’m collecting my film writing into a collection called Choose the Sword. I’ll be self-publishing that, on Amazon. I’ve started the process. My guess is it will take a year to get it out the door. Just in time for Christmas 2018!
*It’s the best thing I’ve done all year. I don’t open the app. I don’t look at it on the web. Certain content of mine ends up there (this post will), but I don’t consume anything via Twitter anymore. It’s really weird, as I’ve been a daily (hourly!) Twitter user for a decade, but Twitter is just awful and I don’t need any extra awful in my life now.
In addition to the Boston Globe, which I read every morning (an actual paper newspaper) I installed the New York Times and Washington Post apps. I get all the news I need.