Gold's Guide is for innovators, creators, and early adopters who want to stay ahead of the curve.
I write about tech, media, and style through the lens of two questions: what's good and what's next.
The intention is to create the magazine I always wanted: a constructive source of information which balances the classical and the cutting edge.
About the author
Gold's Guide is by me, Tyler Gold. I live in Brooklyn, NY.
Gold's Guide is a guide to my favorite things — the latest and greatest technology, the most innovative ideas, and the most interesting media on the internet.
During the day, I work on social media strategy for Barstool Sports. Before that I did independent consulting, worked on video publishing and growth for VICE Media, and was an intern and editorial assistant for The Verge.
I'm also the publisher and co-founder of The Reinforcement, an independent book and art publishing company.
My personal website: tyler.gold
I write Gold's Guide because I love the things I'm talking about.
This is a passion project. That said, I promise to be clear about any personal bias or involvement with something I write about.
There are sometimes affiliate links attached to articles, which means I may get a small commission if you buy the product I suggested. There will always be a note or disclosure of some sort near any link of this type. In other words: clicking on links on this website helps me out. All links to Amazon on this site are affiliates that make me a small profit.
Please note that everything I say on this website is for informational purposes only; I'm not a financial advisor, lawyer, or therapist.
I love learning about the tools that other people use to build their online businesses. Here's a list of my current tech stack:
Ghost — Gold's Guide Website CMS (publishing, hosting, and memberships)
Notion — Memex (organization and recall)
Super — Public Database (hosting and styles)
Cloudflare — Domain management (hosting)
Plausible — Analytics (privacy friendly)
Rebrandly — (short-link redirects)
Atom — (text-editor for theme editing)
iA Writer — (text-editor for articles)
Adobe Photoshop — (image editing)
iPhone 12 Pro — (reading, note-taking, photography... my main computer)
MacBook Air with M1 processor — (I wrote about it)
Updated 11 April 2021