… web developer, writer, and consultant based in Hveragerði, Iceland.

I write about web dev, interactive media, digital publishing, and product development.

I’m available for consulting and hire.

How to read my nonsense

A short and simple guide on how to get the most value out of what I write.

  1. If you want to read me when I’m stupid (often really stupid), jump to conclusions, and wander aimlessly all over the place (intellectually speaking), follow me on Twitter.

  2. If you want to read me when I’m slightly more coherent, slightly less likely to say silly and stupid things, but still manage to fill my writing with errors, typos, and mistakes, add this site’s feed to your favourite news reading app to get updates from this blog as they happen.

  3. If you want me at my least idiotic, where I’ve fixed all of the errors I’m likely to fix, have rewritten whichever half-baked thoughts I’m ever likely to rewrite, please subscribe to my digest newsletter. It goes out on Fridays and collects all of my posts in any given week.

If I haven’t managed to rewrite some sense into a post by the time the newsletter goes out, then it’s never going to make sense.

I don’t post on Medium any more, so don’t look for me there. I haven’t opened my Google+ profile in what feels like years. My Facebook profile is essentially a blank page.

So, if you want to keep up with my nonsense, Twitter and this blog are where it’s at.

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