I’ve decided to stop the 1×52 project. If you’ve been following along, here’s the why, and a writeup of what I’ve learned.
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This week, I set up just a basic WordPress site (just one page) with a domain name to see how much interest there might be in a project I’m considering.
The project is simple: a flipbook of before & after photos of real people who have lost weight, along with their stories.
Want to help with the project? I’m looking for stories and photographs! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested. Thanks!
In Week 11 of my project, I launched what will look like a clone of this blog – for a very specific purpose. It’s ImaginationDaily! The goal with ImaginationDaily is to inspire people to be more playful. I do a lot of crazy/silly things just for fun, and every time it gets a laugh or attention, it seems…
Week 10′s project is simple: I converted the main theme of my photoblog from promoting my own work, to inspiring others to start photoblogs, too.
This week for my 1×52 project, I rebranded Zoikle to TimeCritter. I’m really excited about the change. The new name is easier to remember, and the new site is totally me. Check it out!
Week 8 is ridiculous: isitasnack.com. I was LITERALLY in a giant fit of giggles while coding up most of this, it was so much fun – Andy can attest. At the time, I was really into alien theories, and was envisioning a little green man looking questioningly at aluminum foil and wondering if it was…
In Week 7 of my 1×52 project, I found a project that I’ll be sticking with for a while: Zoikle! It’s a social productivity app. Check it out!
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In Week 4 of the 1×52 project, I built a lyrics sharer – something like Twitter, for song lyrics. I always want to quote lyrics when I’m rocking out to them – but don’t want to spam Twitter or Facebook with it. Check it out!