‘I love this place,’ I said to Nick a couple of months ago, while we were at a SydCSS meetup held at Campaign Monitor.
I was listening to the speakers and loved what they had to say, although a tiny part of me burst with the affinity I had for this company. I had used their product, I liked what the company did, I loved emails – from writing them, to replying to them, to having a clean inbox, to being interested in marketing, to building the damn things (the emails, that is).
But like falling in love, hilariously enough, you don’t realise it until it’s so close and that someone, or something, ticks all the boxes.
I’m in a position now where I have an online presence that is closely linked – if not daisy-chained, ha! – with my real life duties. It’s been like that for a while. I’ve been blogging for twelve years, as I mentioned in my previous post. Issues of censorship are no longer issues, and reading articles titled ‘Why You Should Not Blog About Work’ unsettle me – if not for their content, then for the reason they were written.
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