Remy Sharp has published a post all about how to cross-post to medium, you can read it over here.
The crux of the issue was that Medium had remove their IFTTT applet and therefore there was no longer a straight foward way to do this (although the meat and potatoes of the article is how to do it yourself).
Fortunately, if you’re running WordPress, you can quite easily cross post to Medium using the Medium Plugin. Although it isn’t being supported at the moment (from what I can see), I’m using it at the moment and if you’re reading this on Medium then it works.
I’m in the process of shifting from Responsive Design site from the current CMS, Squiz Matrix, over on to WordPress. There are a number of reasons for the move which I might put into a post at some point, but I’ve been enjoying the freedom to create Custom Post Types for the different types of […]
The pie chart for this XKCD Comic is me all over, and I often feel as though I’m turning into the procrastination monkey Time tracking is one of those things that I just hate doing for a few different reasons. I spend more time trying to remember how I spent my time then doing something […]
On the way home yesterday afternoon I was going through a couple of designs that had been uploaded onto Invision with the Account Manager on the project. “On the way home” entails a 40 minute train ride for which I fortunately have access to WIFI although it is pretty patchy from time to time. I […]
As you may be aware I started a small Notebook business recently, Back Pocket Notebooks, with a set of responsive design notebooks for my responsively designed audience. This week I received the next batch of notebooks which I have added to the stock list — a set of SpaceX Mars Posters. Over the next couple […]
If you manage a website the chances are that you’ve heard of and use the Google Search Console, the artist formally known as Webmaster Tools. If you’re sitting there scratching your head and wondering what I’m talking about then go and check out this article from Moz and get yourself started. The console is always […]
Surf the Dream is a blog that has been running since the mid 2000's when it started on BlogSpot. Over the years it's been rebranded as justinavery.me (now my resume) and JaveryDesign.com (which now redirects back to this site).