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The folks at Basecamp have been blogging since 1999, when Jason Fried would write by the light of a fire fueled by David Heinemeier Hansson's savage indictments of the tech industry. A lot has changed since then (with the exception of DHH's feelings about Silicon Valley). Basecamp's blog, Signal v. Noise, changed platforms a few times. And it just moved again, this time from Medium to WordPress. In this episode, Jason and designer Adam Stoddard talk about leaving Medium for WordPress, the blog's new look, and keeping SvN fresh after all these years.

Show Notes

Signal v. Noise - 1:49

Episode 01, "Sell Your By-products" - 2:00

"Signal v. Noise moves to Medium" - 2:37

Jason Fried and Adam Stoddard - 2:48

Medium's changed policy on custom domains - 3:55

Medium's membership program - 6:10

A Vox article on how Tumblr's ban on adult content negatively affects the broader community - 7:30

History of WordPress - 9:55

A Quartz article on how WordPress employees work remotely - 10:03

Matt Mullenweg, founder of WordPress - 10:15

"Medium has been great for us" - 15:51

An Atlantic article about seasonally attired porch geese - 20:00

What is Rework?

A podcast by Basecamp about the better way to work and run your business. We bring you stories and unconventional wisdom from Basecamp’s co-founders and other business owners.