I started this blog on June 26 of 2006. And in just under 2 years, I’ve got 300 posts.
This has been, hands-down, one of the most important things I’ve done, in both professional and personal capacities. It’s been far more successful than I ever thought it would be (which isn’t saying much), I’ve met some incredible people, and it’s been a great place to have a think or generally just be a ham to an international audience. It’s an outlet for my writing, which has certainly gone downhill in the last year. Somehow more people are reading it, which doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to me. And my Mom and Dad both have blogs, as do two of my cousins ( 1 2 ), and one of my close personal friends.
First of all, shout-outs.
Thanks to more people than I can list for being inspirational. And to my employers for being more than cool with the whole blog thing.
And because this is a self-centered post, some of my favorite posts.
1st Post (Self-Explanatory)
Creative 2.0 (A shout-out to Armano)
Burger King Outdoor (First big traffic bump from Advergirl)
Plan Bonito (Typical pie-in-the-sky junior planner wannabe talk)
Initially, on Identity (Wish I could figure a way to write more about this)
Show the Product Some Love (Hey! The famous Scamp reads this! And shuts me down)
Identity, Brands and the Next Generation (Thought I had something here)
Dogtown and Environmental Power
Officemax: TUL Pens (Great blog interaction from Officemax peeps)
APSotW: Maple Syrup Propositions (Iffy but fun)
Egotastic: BusinessWeek Pickup (Lame self-promo)
Anyway, thanks again, hope you keep liking this. I know I do.