Here are the ten most popular posts from Newley.com this year, measured by number of visits. I will refrain from speculating on the reasons. Food, tech, weird animals, soccer — the Internet, I learned a long time ago, works in mysterious ways. Recommended: Decker Barbeque, Texas-Style BBQ in Singapore — A report from what is, […]
I won’t be posting anything here until after the new year, though I may be Tweeting sporadically in the meantime. Happy holidays! (Image via.)
Blogging — at one’s own custom domain, as opposed to scribbling away over at Medium or penning an email newsletter — is cool! Seriously, is it 2014, or 2004? Fred Wilson: There’s a bit of a renaissance of real personal blogging here in NYC. Two of the original NYC bloggers have, after years of writing […]
I won’t be posting anything here until after the new year. In the meantime, you may be able to find me on Twitter. Happy holidays! (Image via.)
2012 has been a memorable year for me. In addition to writing some stories that I’m quite proud of, I departed Thailand after six years to begin studying for my Master’s in Business and Economics Journalism at the Columbia Journalism School in New York City. (I’m on winter break now and am writing this from […]
Quick note: I won’t be posting anything here until next week. In the meantime, you can catch me on Twitter.
Thanks to Richard Barrow for pointing out that Newley.com is one of the Bangkok blogs mentioned in the new edition of the Lonely Planet Thailand guide book, which is out this month. This modest site is recommended as part of a boxed text feature on Bangkok sites called “The Inside Scoop.” Some of the other […]
I won’t be posting anything here until the week of Jan. 9. You might catch me on Twitter before then, though. If you’re looking for something to read, check out the recent stories I link to from my Journalism page. Or click over to the Popular Posts page for evergreen Newley.com posts. I hope you […]
I won’t be posting anything here until Dec. 15 at the earliest. In the meantime, I may be on Twitter, but dispatches there will likely be few and far between. Thanks, as ever, for reading. More soon. Image via.
A few quick programming notes, now that things have slowed down a bit following Thailand’s recent election. The vote attracted global attention, and Newley.com has some new readers. So here’s a reminder of what you can find here, and as well as a few ways to connect with me elsewhere. Recent work You can find […]