In my journeys around the web, I found a blog by Patrick Curl called There’s a Blog in my Soup. The interesting thing about Patrick is he plans to go on a road trip this summer and interview a blogger from all 50 states and do it in 50 days. Patrick has created an American Blogger Directory that he is going to use to pick which bloggers he visits.
It would actually be more interesting if he was going to do it by bike. Alaska would be a long ride and Hawaii would be a bit of a problem. Maybe I should do it next summer. It would probably be hard though to do it in 50 days by bike.
To get more visits to his site and raise awareness of his road trip, Patrick is doing a group blogging experiment. He asked people to submit what they thought were their best post and then he picked his favorites. My post 7 Mountain Biking Confidence Killers was one of the ones selected.
Here are the other posts to see what’s going on outside of cycling
- If you don’t spend a lot of time online, you may not know what Twitter is. It’s pretty hot with bloggers right now. Find out if it’s for you or at least know what Twitter is.
- Now that you know what Twitter is, you can check out the coolest things that combine Google and Twitter.
- Hopefully you aren’t looking for a job but if you are here are some beautiful resume designs.
- Dilbert is the best for describing the jobs I’ve had. Dilbert creator Scott Adams asked readers for humorous, derogatory descriptions of the their jobs.
- So you’ve had the job with one of the Dilbert job descriptions, now here are some ideas to make money online.
- Every day hundreds of new blogs are started. Hundreds of them also seem to die. If a blog falls in the forest, will anyone care?
- No matter what our interests, there always more we want to do than time to do it Maybe it’s time to cut out the things that don’t really matter and focus on what does.
- Media is quickly changing. We have more information about what we care about and can get it quicker. It still doesn’t mean that everything we read and hear is true.
- I have 3 and 5 year old daughters. Disney princesses may be great for Disney but we and our kids would be better off if we didn’t have to have the latest creation.
- Flickr is a photo sharing site but you can also get feedback and learn to take better photos.