Make Your Thing at Transom.org
I’ve been giving an occasional lecture called Make Your Thing for the past couple years. It focuses on twelve independent creators who I really admire, and how they turned what they love into brilliant careers. Among the folks I talk about are Killer Mike, Kate Beaton and Jonathan Coulton - it’s a diverse group.
At the invitation of my friend Jay Allison, I’ve written an article on the subject for Transom.org, a community of public radio makers. It’s really an honor to join the ranks of past Transom writers like Ira Glass and Jad Abumrad, and it was a pleasure to write the piece. I managed to crash Transom for a while with traffic earlier today, but they’ve adjusted, and I think it’s safe to read the article now.
(Above: me, backstage at one of the first Make Your Thing talks, in San Francisco, with the beautiful Mrs. Thorn. Photo by Merlin Mann.)

Make Your Thing at Transom.org

I’ve been giving an occasional lecture called Make Your Thing for the past couple years. It focuses on twelve independent creators who I really admire, and how they turned what they love into brilliant careers. Among the folks I talk about are Killer Mike, Kate Beaton and Jonathan Coulton - it’s a diverse group.

At the invitation of my friend Jay Allison, I’ve written an article on the subject for Transom.org, a community of public radio makers. It’s really an honor to join the ranks of past Transom writers like Ira Glass and Jad Abumrad, and it was a pleasure to write the piece. I managed to crash Transom for a while with traffic earlier today, but they’ve adjusted, and I think it’s safe to read the article now.

(Above: me, backstage at one of the first Make Your Thing talks, in San Francisco, with the beautiful Mrs. Thorn. Photo by Merlin Mann.)