The beauty of the Web is that we can share solutions on a page.
A friend of mine once challenged me with the question, “If you covered that topic, how many pages would it be? … 20 pages? … 30 pages?”
In one fell swoop, he taught me to think of knowledge in terms of pages.
It was a swift, radical shift from collections of information to collections of pages. A page really is a wonderful frame to hang a solution on. If you’ve ever come across a well packaged, single solution on a single page, you know exactly what I mean.
When somebody tells me they want to blog, but don’t know what to write about, I suggest they solve a problem on a page. If they do that multiple times, they can have a powerful blog. Talk about divide and conquering a problem.
What problems can you solve on a page?
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