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Quite a few, actually. I speak about many technology and management topics.
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With rare exceptions, the answer is no. I get the whole Chris Anderson “Freemium” argument but my mortgage company doesn’t accept exposure as a form of payment. On occasion, I will guest post on different sites sans payment but this is the exception–not the rule. I have bills to pay and writing helps me do that.
A few types:
Usually no. I want to maintain a direct relationship with my customers. I strongly prefer not having to deal with third parties as it pertains to billing and other administrative matters.
I’ve suspended that for the time being.
Most of the time, the answer is yes. (A few of my articles and white papers belong to the companies who contract me to write them.) The majority of the content found on this website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. This license means you are free to share, copy, or distribute my work under the following conditions:
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Todd Hamilton did a freaking awesome job. I maintain it myself and tweak it on a regular basis. I’ve become pretty decent at WordPress over the past four years.
No, I don’t maintain one. I believe that my body of work on this site and others trumps a three-page, text-laden document that proves that I can conform to rules. I have worked extremely hard over my career at creating what I believe is interesting and valuable content, the vast majority of which you’ll find on this site.
Only The Age of the Platform and The New Small. The rest are out of my control.