I’ve spent the last 6 years writing a song and posting it on YouTube every single day. That’s 2300+ days straight. I’ve had lots of viral successes, like the time Steve Jobs used one of my videos to open a keynote. I’ve had lots low moments, too. Through it all, I’ve just kept writing and sharing, writing and sharing.
Viral success is great – but it’s the small one-to-one connections that are the most meaningful. These connections can’t be quantified because they are all unique. It’s the often overlooked story of being a creator on the internet.
To illuminate the humanity of the internet and to inspire you to create more and share more of what you make.
If you make things for/on the internet, this talk is for you.
Five things audience members will learn
- How to make something everyday for over 2000 days.
- The true nature of the internet.
- Why sharing your work, all of it, is a good thing.
- How to deal with trolls and haters.
- What Steve Jobs did when he heard my song about the iPhone 4.