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The Business of Creativity and the Gig-Economy

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Article forbes.com

How This 25-Year-Old Earns A Passive Revenue of $400K A Year While Traveling The World | Forbes - Forbes


Meet Johannes Larsson, a 25-year-old Swedish entrepreneur whose business makes a passive revenue of $400K a year - allowing him to work remotely and travel the world full-time.

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Article theatlantic.com

Writing in Someone Else’s World | The Atlantic - The Atlantic


The Surprising Way I Became a First-Time Author. I stumbled on a high-pay, low-prestige way to enter the publishing world—and overcame my reservations to make the most of the o...

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Article theatlantic.com

My 150 Writing Mentors and Me | The Atlantic - The Atlantic


What interviewing an author a week for several years has taught me about finishing my novel

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How my first novel became a movie | The Atlantic - The Atlantic


How My Novel 'Carrie Pilby' Became a Netflix Movie. It took 14 years of false starts, navigating Hollywood, and a modest payout for my book Carrie Pilby to be adapted into a Ne...

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Article theatlantic.com

Why I'm Still Trying to Get a Book Deal After 10 Years | The Atlantic - The Atlantic


A writer explains her dedication to becoming a published author—and how her approach has changed over the last decade...

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The Invisible Artists behind your favorite Comics - The Atlantic - The Atlantic


The Secret World of Colorists and Letterers. Colorists and and letterers bring a silent medium to life, and their work often goes undetected—especially if they’re great at thei...

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The Intimate World of the Performance Artist | The Atlantic - The Atlantic


Okwui Okpokwasili Talks About the Making of 'Bronx Gothic'. The dancer and choreographer Okwui Okpokwasili takes the stage alone in her acclaimed work Bronx Gothic. But behind...

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Article theatlantic.com

The Curious Life of an Extra | The Atlantic - The Atlantic


Playing bystanders and party guests was supposed to be a temporary gig. It turned into a viable, and surprisingly fulfilling, way to make a living. The Curious Life of an Extra...

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Why Aren’t There More Women Working in Audio? | The Atlantic - The Atlantic


Like with many STEM-oriented fields, music production and sound engineering are dominated by men—though that’s very slowly changing.

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Confessions of a Costume Curator | The Atlantic - The Atlantic


My Life as a Fashion Historian and Costume Curator. As a fashion historian, my job is to learn from other people’s clothes—a task that is challenging, messy, and often spooky...

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Article hackernoon.com

Craftsmanship—The Alternative to the Four Hour Work Week Mindset | Hacker Noon - Hacker Noon (2018)


Often times when I attend a conference or a networking event I am surprised how many people operate at the periphery of the tech industry. Social media gurus, SEO ‘ninjas’, blog...

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Article bbc.com

What gig workers can learn from romance writers | BBC


With the median income for romance authors tripling in the e-book era, other gig workers could stand to take a page from these novelists' books. "An equally thrilling story, ...

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Article smashingmagazine.com

How To Work Out What To Charge Clients: The Honest Version — Smashing Magazine - Smashing Magazine (2017)


Have you ever read a post that has left you feeling wholly inadequate because you know you can't live up to the high standards they layout? Well, that is how I feel when I read ...

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Quality-Price-Ratio in Web Design (Pricing Design Work) — Smashing Magazine - Smashing Magazine (2009)


**I’m about to make a bold statement.** The quality of a design and the monetary cost of producing or procuring that design have absolutely no relationship whatsoever. It’s a bi...

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Agile Billing Guarantees Your Income — Smashing Magazine - Smashing Magazine (2013)


For most creative professionals, this story is a familiar one: A client reaches out to you. They need a name, or a logo, or a website, or an app. Actually, they need it all toge...

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Zach King: The storyteller in all of us | TEDxPortland - TEDx Talks


TEDx Talks Published on May 15, 2014 Zach is a filmmaker, born and raised in Portland.He started his film journey at age seven when his parents gave him a camera at a weddin...

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Article slate.com

How Hard Is It To Get a Cartoon Into The New Yorker? - Slate Magazine


It was a Tuesday in July and I was sitting in the "cartoonist lounge" on the 20th floor of the Condé Nast building in Times Square with an envelope con ...

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Article nytimes.com

Does Having a Day Job Mean Making Better Art? - The New York Times


A full-time gig is antithetical to creative pursuits — or so we’ve been taught to believe. The truth, though, is that artists have always had other professions.

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The surprising habits of original thinkers | Adam Grant - TED


How do creative people come up with great ideas? Organizational psychologist Adam Grant studies "originals": thinkers who dream up new ideas and take action ...

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Article fastcodesign.com

Creative Imposter Syndrome: How Do You Get Over It? - Co.Design (2018)


Imposter syndrome can be especially prevalent among creatives–In/Visible Talks.com’s Arianna Orland knows firsthand. Here’s how she works through it. ..

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How to Be Creative - The New York Times


A year of living better Guide "Great news! You can be a creator. Follow these steps to find your inner writer, composer, finger-painter, chef, lyricist, entrepreneur or profe...

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Article vanityfair.com

Is This the End of the TV Writers’ Room as We Know It? | Vanity Fair - HWD


For a young writer looking to break into showbiz, a new trend in TV production—so-called “mini-rooms”—offers a leg up; for many others, it suggests the craft is becoming another...

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Article blog.nuclino.com

Makers, Don't Let Yourself Be Forced Into the 'Manager Schedule' | Inside Nuclino


In Masters of Doom, a book about the game development company id Software and its influence on popular culture, David Kushner reflected on the...

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Article techcrunch.com

Aiming to be the LinkedIn for creatives, The Dots raises £4m - TechCrunch


Professional social networks like LinkedIn have long been a mainstay of business, but what if you are more of a creative bent where LinkedIn looks pretty.. In the US, Behance...

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