I started this as a personal programming and technical blog, and I'd like to keep it that way. I write many articles that are of interest only to programmers, such as the recent How to regenerate Xcode managed provisioning profiles. However, since I've become an indie developer, I also want to write about my software. Some of the articles I've written here were intended for a different audience — customers and potential customers, who are not necessarily programmers — and these articles may feel like "spam" to some of my longtime readers. Therefore, I've decided to start a separate blog on my company site where I'm free to write about my products without annoying the programmers who are here only for the technical stuff. Of course, you're welcome to follow both blogs!
The first article on my company blog is Substitute web fonts with StopTheMadness, so please check it out if you're interested. You can subscribe to the new blog's RSS feed.
I've also decided to create a Slack for support of StopTheMadness and my other apps. Anyone can join for free! Slack participants will be able to talk directly to me and to other users, get support, see timely announcements, and share tips.
In addition to the support channels, my new Slack has a separate "Tech Talk" channel, where I'll casually chat about tech-related subjects, much like Twitter, except controlled by me, and without all the bad parts of Twitter! You're welcome to join the Slack for the support, for the chat, or for both.