Good Enough

June 8, 2011 at 3:46 am (Personal, Standard) (, )

I’ve been away from blogging lately. You know how it is. You start working on something, commit to it, think you’ll stick with it. Then life gets in the way. Before you know it, you’re a couple posts behind. Then a week, a month, and before you know it, a year has gone by. 

I write something every day. So, why don’t I post it? Mainly because I think that no one but me will give a rats ass about what I have to say. Yep, typical self-deprecation from the typical over-achiever who was never quite good enough. Because even if you did care about it, heck, even if it was a top blog, I’d still think it wasn’t good enough. But, I’m in good company. Even Mother Theresa had doubts. She just channeled her doubts into her life to do good works. So I keep trying. And one day, maybe, just maybe, it will be good enough.

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It’s Easy to Jott to a Blog…

June 29, 2008 at 3:53 am (Applications, How-to, Productivity) (, , , , , , )

It’s easy to use Jott to post to your WordPress or other popular blog. You just have to keep your post to under 30 seconds each. So if you think it will run longer, just string several of them together. Remember to speak slow and clearly. I’m using Jott now to post this message to my blog. The accuracy is really amazing. However, if something comes out really wrong, you can always go into your Jott webpage and correct it manually. I just Jotted this post!

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Post to your blog with ScreenSteps

May 3, 2008 at 10:14 am (shareware) (, , , , , , )

With the new beta of ScreenSteps, you can now publish tutorials directly to your WordPress, TypePad, or Moveable Type blog. I’d tried posting to my WP blog awhile back, and suffice it to say that it did not work. Works nicely now, for both WP-hosted and self-hosted blogs (I only tried it out in WP, since that’s where my blog is…the comments from other users seem to indicate this is working well for the other listed blogs as well).

ScreenSteps lets you create tutorials which can be exported into .pdf or HTML format. This is great not only for IT and tech support folks, but for the “regular guys (and gals!)” who regularly receive calls from family and friends asking how to do something.

There are some good (what else?) tutorials to get you started quickly. Check out ScreenSteps here:

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