In case you don't already know, today is Talk Like a Pirate Day (facebook.com), a nice day to make a post to ask for your help, me buckos (my friends, in pirate lingo)!
In the first days of September, when I had just 120 subscribers (according to FeedBurner) I set as a goal reach 200 subscribers by the end of the month. So far, you can see the counter in the top right marking 176 (as I am writing this). And I write this post to ask for your help! (and talk a little pirate, Arr!)
If you are a usual reader of this blog, you may already know I write about time management, programming, Linux and lately, about Iceland. And you all have friends (or at least, twitter followers!). Thus I ask you to
- Pick one interesting post from this blog (more on that below)
- Share it with someone you know will like it
- (Optionally) Recommend mostlymaths.net Facebook page to your friends
I suggest you the following pages, as the most read and (maybe) interesting pages in this blog. They cover all topics I talk about. If you have your favourite page from this blog and it is not one of these below, please drop me a comment.
- Timeboxing: you will work like never before – This is ideal for productivity and time management freaks. Do you know anyone satisfying this?
- Winning Against Your Reading List – Also for productivity freaks. Widely read, I am not sure why but it got a lot of readers.
- 8 Reasons for Re-Inventing the Wheel as a Programmer – For your programmer friends, those who code until midnight and get up to code a little more.
- Power Nap Via the Command Line in Linux/Mac OS – For Linux and productivity freaks who can sleep freely at work. Do you know any Google employee?
- Whistle Control Your Computer – A bash script for Mac OS and Linux solving some problems with IBM's DeveloperWorks version. You know who would use it, don't you?
- Things You Should Read before Travelling to Iceland – My ongoing tale of our trip to Iceland. A wonderful country, some day we will live there. Do you know anyone loving fire and ice?
Thanks! Share this post, too it may help spreading a little subscriber love. Your presence here is what encourages the growing of this blog, and will hopefully make us pass the 200 mateys mark.
Related posts:Luck favours the procrastinator (guest post in The Friendly Anarchist)
Time boxing: you will work like never before
Winning Against Your Reading List