As I said in my Plans and Goals and Stuff post, Sunday mornings is when I read my way through all the interesting tidbits I’ve come upon during the week: tweets I’ve marked as favorite, Google Reader posts I’ve starred and articles I’ve mailed myself links to while waiting out an ad break. Then I add the ones I think everyone else might find interesting to Buffer, so they get tweeted during the week. (Note: I tweet what I think is interesting, not necessarily what I agree with.) But I thought that this year, I would pick the cream of the crop for a little Sunday morning link fest, so you have something to read with your coffee too…
This week I also went through my albums and discovered that I have an alarming collection of photos of me drinking coffee and photos of coffee cups that I took. The good news is there’s at least a year’s supply. So along with a new group of links every Sunday, we’ll have a new coffee pic too! This was taken in a cafe overlooking Jemaa el-Fnaa, the famously chaotic main square of Marrakech’s medina, in January 2012. Disclaimer for the people who meet me in Real Life and are surprised: I’m not (fake) blonde anymore. I’VE GONE DARK. And shorter. Surprise!
Now to the tweets:
— Alison Wells (@alisonwells) January 26, 2013
Want to help your favorite author get more readers? Here are a few ideas:ow.ly/1RsxRh
— Rachelle Gardner (@RachelleGardner) January 24, 2013
5 ways to make blog posts GO ALL VIRALbit.ly/VQwwTk
— Guy (@speechwriterguy) January 22, 2013
And that’s all I have this week because I was a bad girl and distracted for hours on end by Pinterest. (How do people think of these things?! They should be RUNNING THE WORLD.) So to make up for the slacking, this week I also had a post on Writing.ie about my ambivalent Kindle feelings:
— writing.ie (@writing_ie) January 25, 2013
Until next week…
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