In 2005 I wrote a novel in a single month as part of the yearly Nanowrimo event. In 2007 I competed in a trans-tasman challenge to design and build a website for charity in 24 hours (we won!). In 2011 I wrote the 21 year history of the Internet in New Zealand, over the course of 21 days, with the good folk at Hey Day. So yes, I like committing to time-specific challenges. From constraints come creativity and all that malarkey.
In 2014 I’m going to spend the 21 days from January 11 through to the 31st blogging up a storm. Specifically, ranting on my favourite digital related topics. Things about the industry I want to get off my chest, pet-peeves, misconceptions I feel the need to bust, strong opinions for the sake of effect, a little playing devil’s advocate. All in good fun of course.
Between now and then I won’t be doing any writing, but I will be making a list of topics. On the day(s) I’ll pull topics out of a hat at random and write on that for the day. In the meanwhile, if anyone has anything they’d like to hear my opinion on drop me a note.