In the last couple of years, I've been to some great creative & digital events such as the Teen Web Conference and Tomorrow's Web in London but I've never been to such an event in my home town of Newcastle, but they are starting to pop up because of one event - the #EpicPowwow.
Every blogger has their own process to write articles for their blogs. Some prefer to write straight into their selected CMS whether it be WordPress, Squarespace or another option and some prefer to write articles into a writing app like Pages, iAWriter or ByWord.
In this article, I shall share my writing process for those looking to change their process or for those in need of some inspiration.
Following reading Devir Kahan's post over on BitQuill, I thought I would leave my own response as to what my phone is, what it looks like and what I do with it.
While catching up on Geek Friday, one of my favorite podcasts — highly recommended, I heard Faith and Jason talk about a series on Vanity Fair called "My Phone" in which they quickly profile "tech elite" (as Vanity Fair calls them) and ask them questions about their phone. It sounded like fun and so I figured I'd do it about my own phone here on BitQuill (although I'll try not to sound as horribly pretentious as Dave Morin, of Path for iOS fame, did in his interview):