In the /now

I saw a few of these "now" pages on other people's websites but didn't understand what it was about until reading Peter Rukavina's post and then Derek Siver's post. I have created a "Now" page.

Think of what you’d tell a friend you hadn’t seen in a year.

Like, “Still living in Dallas, though considering moving to Austin. Working at ABC. Really getting into cycling. The kids are age 3 and 6. I’m reading a lot of Pema Chödrön, and listening to a lot of jazz piano especially Brad Mehldau. I’ve stopped taking on web design clients, since I’d rather keep improving my back-end database work.”

That’s what a now page is for. You can’t get that big picture from any other outlets I’m aware of.

6 comments

  1. reply to http://142.93.124.147/in-the-now/ by Khürt Williams (islandinthenet.com)

    I saw a few of these “now” pages on other people’s websites but didn’t understand what it was about until reading Peter Rukavina’s post and then Derek Siver’s post. I have created a “Now” page.

    Think of what you’d tell a friend you hadn’t seen in a year.
    Like, “Still liv...

    Awesome, congrats! I love the whole idea of a “Now” page as well. Leave it to the independent web to come up with something so useful. I couldn’t find yours on your website; did I miss the link somewhere?
    Mine is https://chrisbeckstrom.com/now

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