Months ago, I compiled all of Tynan's blog posts into a Kindle friendly mobi file so I could read on the go. It was also an interesting project to sharpen my PHP skills. Tynan gave his blessing so I present to you the entire Tynan archives.
Tynan Blog Mobi with Images (~21 megabytes)
Tynan Blog Mobi without Images (1.6 megabytes)
Note, the ebook only goes up to February/March 2012 since that's when I my program. Since the website is using SETT now rather than Wordpress, I can't make it an updated one.
I also have a few others like Tim Ferriss and Sebastian Marshall (it's been months and i'm still reading his posts). Let me know if you guys are interested or know of any other great authors.
Wow, this is great! I would also be interested in the compilation of Sebastian's blog!
Hmm, I've been getting multiple requests for Sebastian's blog. I wanted to get his input first, and he replied with a cryptic, mixed response. I actually forgot I already put it up on my blog back in January though so I guess it won't hurt. This one only goes up to Jan 2012 and doesn't have images (but then again most of his posts don't anyway.) As always, visit his blog for the good stuff.
In the mean time, I've been working slowly on a Python port that would work on any blog but it's a bit difficult since every blog is slightly different.
You, sir, are the man. This will be much easier than trudging through blog posts only when online and in front of a laptop. This is invaluable, and would be triply so if you did the same with sebastian and tim.
I'd be interested in this as well. I've been thinking about doing this for Ryan Holiday's (as well as Tynan's and some others I really enjoy) blog & found blogbooker.com
I can tell you one thing: I'm definitely not writing a blog post tomorrow.
Two years ago I agreed to be accountable to a friend for writing a blog post every single day for two years. If I failed to do it, I would have to pay $10,000. I could skip once per month and I could "buffer" one post by writing two on the first day.
I'm finally done. I never used a skip, but I used the buffer on two or three occasions. I was always terrified of using the skip because I thought that I might absolutely need it in the thirty days following its use. I'll use my first one tomorrow, as it's technically the last day of the challenge.
Overall the challenge was a very positive thing. The speed with which I can write a blog post has increased dramatically. A decent post can be written with few or no edits needed in about seven to ten minutes. My writing has certainly improved to some extent, although it's very hard to gauge that. I guess the best empirical evidence is that I've gotten very positive feedback on posts that I thought were a six or seven out of ten.
I moved my blog over from Wordpress to SETT a bit over 6 months ago, and I've been absolutely loving it.
@Tynan, the creator of SETT, has given me ten invite codes for SETT, good for either a FREE personal plan, or 40% off a paid plan, for life.
If you want to scoop up one of these invite codes, here's how to do it:
Pick any blog I've written (other than this one) and make a comment on the thread. In your comment, include the hashtag #GiveMeSETT . I'll send the invite code to the 10 best comments I receive. And by best, I mean thoughtful responses to the topics at hand.
Here are a few of my favorite blog posts that you can comment on: