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Thunder Punch Daily 122 – Interacting with an Audience, Pt 2: Fandom

May 6, 2011 by  
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In part two of my audio essay in response to a recent thread in the A&S forum, I discuss my thoughts on “fandom” and whether or not a creator should treat all fans equally. Throughout my talk I highlight some terrific discussions I heard on a recent Spark podcast and Merlin Mann’s advice on an […]

Thunder Punch Daily 121 – Interacting with an Audience, Pt 1: Authenticity

May 4, 2011 by  
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Today I begin what will likely be a multi-part series in responding to a thread in the forums begun by Rene van Belzen. How do you deal with an audience? If we’re sharing online, we’re bound to accrue an audience of some sort. Are there any “best practices” in handling ourselves publicly? Is there a […]

Thunder Punch Daily 56 – On Candor, Pt 2

August 11, 2010 by  
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Today I share a few loose thoughts that have been kicking around in my mind since Thunder Punch Daily 53. I had a conversation today with Rene van Belzen on Google Buzz about publishing models, or perhaps publishing without a model. I spin off some of the thoughts I began on the topic of candor […]

Thunder Punch Daily 53 – On Candor

August 5, 2010 by  
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Today I share some thoughts on the role of candor in the new media world in which we’re all participating. I share some thoughts that occurred to me after reading a New York Times article on the subject, then break down some pros and cons of being candid as an author, teacher, and entertainer. Subscribe […]