'm not updating that often and I just post half-baked notes at the moment.
but I found a way (Whisper by OpenAI) to transcribe speech very accurately so it
opened up new opportunities.
Among other things, I realized that making a video then transcribing the text into a post is probably a lot less effort.
IRL, I'm used to not write notes.Typically, I just white board everything and google the rest.
Now my question is:
to what extent can speech be applied verbatim to the written word?
I know that copywriting is basically sales in print, and it works almost verbatim,
but would it be fair to say that a lecture or speech would make a good blog post if said verbatim? Do I need say a radio voice? Or do I need to be like or Pew Die Pie in the delivery or whatever?
I know that a speech transcribed to text can work (see Peter Thiel's text, or just about any political speech). But is there anything obvious that I'm missing?
At this point, would it be a good idea to expand to other social media?
I feel that some sort of setup like the following would be workable:
Youtube video - light, very high level view of whatever im posting about, with a quick demo and ==> Blog - more formalized summarized /w graphs and relevant code snippets blah blah blah ==> Github - the nitty gritty details no one cares about.
EDIT: Hmmm.. I think I should have posted this in the main. After rereading myself.