Site Not Secure? Here’s what to do

Google’s Chrome browser has been cracking down on sites that don’t employ SSL certification. That’s why you may have noticed a red “Site Not Secure” notification next to your site’s URL in Chrome recently. Here’s why they’re doing that — and, […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Patreon Pro Tip: Setting Dropbox Links to Expire

Here’s a handy pro tip for people running Patreon campaigns. If you’re like many of us, you love Patreon, but many aspects of navigating the Creator Feed are… lacking. And you want better for your backers. So — once their […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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PatreCon Top Ten Take-aways

I attended PatreCon last weekend. It’s a conference for creators who use Patreon. Packed with information, actionable data, and inspiration, it was an absolutely phenomenal experience for me. I took copious notes, but until I get a chance to walk […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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R.R. Bowker divulges unauthorized credit-card charges

As I’ve mentioned before, R. R. Bowker is the only official broker of ISBNs in the United States. Earlier this week, they announced that their checkout page was hacked, and customers who made purchases between May 1 and Oct. 23 […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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ComicLab Ep 45 — Self doubt

Cartoonists Dave Kellett and Brad Guigar are talking shop! This week, they’re talking about avoiding boredom, and they take a deep dive on grappling with self-doubt. THEN they talk about how they adapt their writing processes to address those issues. NEXT, […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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November To-Do List

It’s time to get started on (*choke*) the penultimate month of 2018.

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ComicLab Ep. 44 — Ngozi Ukazu, creator of “Check, Please.”

Webcartoonists Dave Kellett and Brad Guigar are talking comics with Ngozi Ukazu, creator of “Check, Please.” She talks sports comics, art school, self-publishing, and a wide range of creative challenges. BUT FIRST, Raina Telgemeier’s new book, “Guts,” receives a million-book print […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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