DeveloPassion’s Newsletter — Back to it

Sébastien Dubois.
5 min readAug 30, 2022

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Welcome to the 81st edition

Another week, another newsletter! I hope that you all had a great one 🤩

Vacations are over! Last week in Brittany was precisely as I expected: amazing! My jaw hit the ground many times at the sight of the breathtaking views that the region has to offer, such as la Pointe de Biffot, Cap d’Erquy, Cap Fréhel, la Côte de granit rose, and many more! I had endless opportunities to take pictures. Now I’ll just need to find time to go through them all and pick the best ones to develop (using Lightroom) and print.

I’m now full of energy and ready to resume my journey together with you all!

So it’s official, the lab has reopened!

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The Lab 🧪

Back to work, full of ideas

The lab is a bit dusty, but nothing dramatic. I just need to pick up things where I left them.

As planned, I’m now getting ready to start my YouTube journey. This is going to be fun. This week I’ll configure my new camera with the PC and make some tests. If all goes well, I’ll try to record a first video for the Obsidian Starter Kit.

I’ve ordered a new computer because mine keeps crashing. Hopefully, I should be able to assemble it by next week. If you’re curious, I’ll share the specs. The last time I changed was back in 2013, so this will be quite the upgrade 😂

The rolling average of my products is still around $750, even though the lab was closed for the whole month. This is quite cool. I wouldn’t call it passive revenue, but the momentum is clearly there!

It’s not only a numbers game, but I’ve noticed that momentum makes a huge difference.

I’m also psyched to see that my Google search stats keep going up. I went from 55K impressions and 1640 clicks back in June to 88K impressions and 2440 clicks this month. If the numbers keep going up, this should be fun. And what better way to help…