Post a Week 2011 – 33% Milestone

so far, so good, so what?

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Good news—I’m on track to keep one of my New Year’s resolutions this year. No, I haven’t gone to the gym as often as I wanted, nor have I become an early riser like I wanted. I am, however, blogging at least once a week.

Now that I’ve completed 33% of the WordPress Post a Week Challenge I want to highlight my three favorite posts so far this year as suggested.

Enjoy the trip down memory lane!

Simple Motivational Wallpapers for 2011

Do It Right Now
Image via my flickr.

I wanted to start 2011 with a clean, uncluttered desktop on my Mac. So, I fired up Pixelmator and came up with a series of simple wallpapers inspired by Spencer W. Kimball. I was proud of the way they turned out, so I decided to share them on slightly insightful.

I linked to this post in a comment I left on a related feature over at Lifehacker. The result was a huge spike in traffic to my blog—up over 4,500% from the previous week!

Microsoft Word on the iPhone for Free!

Word Save Dialog Box - Running on iPhone!
Photo via my flickr

Every now and then, I like to do something really geeky and techie, just because I can. That was the case of getting a freely available copy of Microsoft Word for DOS up and running on my iPod Touch.

I had so much fun doing this that I couldn’t resist sharing. Apparently the Internet enjoys it, too. Most days this is my number one, most visited post.

Superheroes Can Be Jerks

Batman Is a Jerk
Image via my flickr.

I wrote this post during an episode of hubris in which I was feeling particularly Pannish (“Oh, the cleverness of me!”).

Even though I just published it last week I’m especially proud that it was highlighted on 9rules weekly noteworthy content of the week post, which was one of my blogging goals.

33% completed. So far, so good, so what? Not wanting to rest on my laurels you can count on me to keep cranking out the quality posts. At least one week anyways.

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