Today we’re launching Hack Digital, which focuses exclusively on progressive digital publishing.
We find that the media industry can be hype-driven. We find that its thought leaders can be out of touch with the people and business they purport to lead. We find that too much thought is put into guessing or the future and not enough focus is put into studying what digital publishing entrepreneurs are doing right now to build their businesses in a turbulent age with few dependable recipes for growth.
At Hack Digital, we don’t have reporters. Our writers are the people in the industry doing the things that typically get reported on. Our readers are the hackers — forward thinking digital entrepreneurs who thrive through a combination of early adoption, constant tinkering, and sheer determination. We’re about the grit.
We intend to impart both high and low-level insights. We’ll interview. We’ll write code. We’ll pick apart products, services, and platforms. We’ll get deeper and more technical than anybody this space tends go.
At Hack Digital, we cut the bullshit. We’re not here to push content — we’re here to share ideas that we can all use. If it’s not worth saying, we’re not saying it.
Nobody ever complained that a post was too short. Start hacking.