Writing on platforms old and new

Things have been a little quiet on this blog for the past week or so, in part because I’m getting a handle on juggling different writing assignments on many different platforms. In case you missed it, I recently started blogging about energy issues at Forbes.com. 

A post last week on the resentencing of fallen Enron chief Jeff Skilling prompted my former Bloomberg colleague Chris Roush to ask me for a related post for his Talking Biz News site. 

And I’m wrapping up a magazine piece that should be out in a few weeks. More on that later.  All of this, of course, comes as a backdrop to my new day job as a senior writer with 30 Point Strategies.

As busy as my schedule has been, I did have to pause to enjoy this email from my friends at Amazon.com. I guess their marketing algorithms really do understand what we readers like….

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About lorensteffy

Loren Steffy is the author of "George P. Mitchell: Fracking, Sustainability and an Unorthodox Quest to Save the Planet" (to be published in October 2019), "The Man Who Thought Like a Ship," and "Drowning in Oil: BP and the Reckless Pursuit of Profit." He is a writer at large for Texas Monthly, managing director for 30 Point Strategies and an executive producer for Rational Middle Media.
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3 Responses to Writing on platforms old and new

  1. Jeff Bair says:

    Amazon is pushing “The Newsroom” Blu-Ray to me. It got me thinking that the disc might be useful for scraping gone-bad hummus off a tortilla you want to salvage.

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