Great new site for developers, entrepreneurs and web developers
No, the RSS feed hasn't gone south here; I've been underblogging lately as I deal with a number of other projects. Expect to see a lot more material here, real soon now.
That said, if you're still wondering if you should get Micro-ISV: From Vision to Reality, you'll find a podcast and a written transcript of my interview about the book by Josh McAdams of http://perlcast.com fame at his web site today. And if you email Josh, you might win one of the 5 free copies he and Apress are giving away today.
Given the sheer number of things you are probably trying to achieve right now, and the torrents of information/media/data coming your way each and every day, it's ultra easy to misplace the ability to focus.
You remember focus, right? You would sit at your desk and concentrate on exactly one thing for a set period of time or until it was completed. Kind of like taking a test in school - you take the test, and then you were done. Done feels good.
I miss focus.
In fact, I miss focus so much that I've decided to start a routine to start getting back into the habit - the productivity habit mind you - of taking a block of time and focusing on exactly one thing for that period.
Here's my Getting Back Focus Routine (GBFR):