Horray, it’s alpha day! Today we launched a private alpha version of the Minimum Viable Book to around 100 people. We’re testing 10 content items in a few different formats to see what our readers like the most. If you missed out on an alpha invite, don’t dismay. We plan to open up a few Read More
Amy & Emily
Our Austin Texas adventure started when we waved goodbye to a rainy London on Saturday morning, only to be greeted the craziest thunderstorms and flooding on Saturday evening and a fantastic temporary home in Hyde Park. Austin was all about the food and the people. Over the course of a very fast week, we indulged in some Read More
Guten tag people who make things happen in Berlin, Germany. We want YOU! We’re looking for volunteers from a broad spectrum of people to contribute to the Minimum Viable Book via interview or by contributing to our workshop at the People in Beta Festival. Whether you make websites, tables, craft beer, policies, software, household appliances, Read More
Calling all those who make things happen in Austin, Texas. We want YOU. Hmmm that’s quite a broad call-out, isn’t it? Well yes, we want to talk to broad spectrum of people. Whether you make websites, tables, craft beer, software, household appliances, art or ice cream – we’d like to chat to you about your Read More
Last Thursday we held the second Minimum Viable Book workshop in the very wonderful Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol.
Last Tuesday we spent a few hours on a very warm evening in the offices of Go Free Range London, for our first Workshop.
This week we’re excited to announce our our first Minimum Viable Book Workshop dates.
Thanks so much to everyone who took time to fill in our poll about chapters, we had over 50 of you respond.
This week we spent some time workshopping chapter themes and now we would love your input. These chapter themes are going into a list we’re calling the Chapter Backlog. We’ll add ideas and hone this list all the time
OMG! We’re writing a book! As promised, we intend to blog about our process of writing the Minimum Viable Book and this is the first of many posts to come.