It’s time for another eclectic collection of blog posts. Have a great weekend.
Deb Ng takes a moment to remind us of the difference between luck and hard work. Remember that overnight success can be attributed to luck, but long-lasting success can be much better attributed to hard work over the long haul. You can’t control luck, but you can control your work ethic.
Chris Bibey offers a never-ending wealth of information for beginning and veteran freelancers alike. To further aid in the online community, Chris now has an open call for questions. If you want to know anything about the freelance business, now is the time to ask Chris for some free guidance.
RT Cunningham gets just as frustrated with Windows products as the next person, but he’s not moving to a Mac like how so many other people are doing. Instead, he encourages the migration to Linux instead. The best part is that it’s free!
Miss 604 is one of the best hyper-local bloggers in Vancouver, but she can stretch out for a few hours outside of town too. In fact, now that the Olympics are over, she can tell you about the top five things to do in Whistler in 2010. Have you ridden the peak-to-peak tram yet? Partaken in the fine dining that Whistler has to offer?
Bob Buskirk stays on the bleeding edge of the social media scene, so he’s asking why you’re not on Foursquare yet. Facebook and Twitter can be fun, but he’s saying that Foursquare can offer a lot more value beyond those more mainstream social networks. What do you think?