The Year of the Blog

From April 12th, 2009 to April 11th 2010 I set out to create The Year of the Blog, a project in which I created a brand new blog/website every day for a year. I thought that for sure I would fail. I somehow stuck to it. is the final blog of the project, and unlike the vast majority of the blogs I created, this one is being maintained.

The blog was featured in the NY Post, BuzzFeed homepage, the Sammamish Review and a video I made doing an incredibly bad impression of Morgan Freeman was featured on as one of the worst celebrity impressions ever.

Please visit, poke around and take a look at the vast backdated blogs. I’m exceptionally proud of the project, but more than that happy that I don’t have to create a new blogspot account ever again.

8 Responses to The Year of the Blog

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  2. luna4370 says:

    None of the various posts I’ve come across are like this one. You can tell much work went into this.

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  5. ona4640 says:

    I wish I could publish submissions this good. I have been working hard at it for approximately two months today and I’m getting better but I can’t wait until I’m just as good as you.

  6. raguel5877 says:

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  7. jin1878 says:

    Wonderful material. If only other information I found was just as good. Continue the great effort.

  8. Pradeep says:

    This happened to me this year, only I wasn’t given 15 minetus to look it over, and it was a major musical work I had never seen before that I was supposed to teach to someone pretending to be a first year undergrad. I turned this job down. I felt that giving me such an unreasonable test in the interview which I think I actually did fairly well with did not bode well for the tenure process.

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