I was really afraid that Apple’s new policy on making kernel extensions harder to install would cut into the profits, but sales have actually gone up since. Perhaps other firewalls are even harder to get up and running.
However, I just joined an AI startup two months ago, not out of necessity, but because I found their idea super interesting and had the chance. (Also, the marginal value for a day off wasn't that high anymore.)
I some time feel scare of competition. I am happy customer of Radio Silence :)
I had just bought my first Mac, and was really impressed with how easy everything was. It really was a joy to use. Little Snitch instantly turned it into an obnoxious, interrupting mess where almost every app was broken by default.
I'm sure Little Snitch is the right app for many people, but not for me. I basically learned Objective-C just to build an alternative for myself. That turned into Radio Silence.
I'd estimate about $450ish on a good month, but it has taken a while to get to this point. I've stopped actively promoting any of them now, but the most profitable ones I'd probably invested 30-40 hours each in promoting.
I have a "dear diary" type series that I do every weekday. I have uploaded 433 episodes on that series and it generates nearly no views. It's not the type of content people look for on YouTube.
Bisquit is similar I guess, in that he picks super obscure topics that interest him and vlogs about it. Lots of programming, but also a ton of esoteric Christianity, folk dancing, etc. Interesting guy.
would love to take longer holiday and fix/enhance the site...
And which broker do you use?
Is this referring to $ or %?
The labour market has many inefficiencies and as a result can see huge variances by location. Highly qualified technical talent, where the supply of labour is lacking, can make a lot of money and highly qualified technical talent where labour is abundant, or where demand for that type of labour is virtually non-existant, might be lucky to make anything at all.
Without more information, this means little. Highly qualified technical talent doesn't come with a pre-defined price. With respect to how much one might earn, "highly qualified technical talent" means absolutely nothing.
Blogs are not exactly passive but I would do this research anyway.
For now these are mostly focused on film ratios and storyboards but there are plenty more in the drawers.