Tyler Angert's Stream
I like that the idea of a low-stakes blog is growing in the form of Streams, where people short-form content. Tyler Angert's created maybe the coolest implementation I've seen yet.
Damn what a cool idea from Tyler Angert’s blog. I’ve got a Stream of my own (you’re on it!)—nowhere near as stylish as Tyler’s, but it does the job.
I love the idea of low-effort blogging. For a long time I had this notion wedged in my head that blog posts were meant to be either:
- the Internet analogue of like long-form essays, or
- an online journal
Not looking for an online journal, I used to only publish stuff to my website when I felt like I had something worthwhile to say, but my perspective gradually came round, encouraged by folks like Jason Kottke and Rachel Kroll and their consistent, low-stakes output.
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On the rare occasions that I plug my iPhone into my computer, it connects and disconnects rapidly and doesn't charge. This is how you fix it.