We finally launched our website – Colormelon.
For too long we’ve been the shoemakers with no shoes. It was very difficult to find the time to design our own site – it seems that there are always better things to do!
Even right now, there is a huge pile of things we’d rather create than our website, but after years of making web designs for others, we decided that it was finally time we got a website too, or at least start the process of building our site.
As a part of the decision to launch our website was that we wanted to build a blog for Photographers.
Writing for Change
We’ve seen too many sites spreading either incorrect information or purely profit oriented information, for example, affiliate inspired hosting reviews. The only way to change things is by sharing unbiased information. At least that’s the first step, and that’s the step I never really took seriously, until recently. So we decided that we’re going to run a blog for Photographers over at Colormelon. Soon after I realized – writing is extremely hard.
Writing isn’t hard, Writing is a skill
Today I tweeted this:
Writing code is so much easier than writing good content. How do you people do it? I open up a markdown app and suddenly feel blank!
— Norris (@justnorris) October 31, 2016
and that really made me think – what if that’s only true, because for the past 10 years I’ve been writing code more than text? Maybe if I practice writing every day it might become a bit easier ?
So here it goes – I am going to write as much as I possibly can about everything I can think of. I don’t know where this journey is going to lead me, but I hope that when it’s all said and done that I end up changing the internet, and maybe the world – for the better.