Goal: 100+ posts in 2010

If you follow this blog, you probably noticed that recently the post frequency went up. There's a good reason for that: I set a personal goal to do 100+ posts in 2010, without any reduction in post quality.

I have long term goals to get more into writing and interviewing, and I see this shorter term goal as a path towards the longer term ones.

I've been keeping a Google Doc with post ideas, but I could really use your suggestions as well.

On the top right of my blog there is a section labeled Suggestion Box, which is powered by skribit, a service that promises to "cure writer's block!" I don't have writer's block yet, but I'm sure I will at some point. 

So please suggest topics when and if anything comes to mind.

To get you thinking, my current blog categories (general topics) are thoughts, technology, startups, programming, sysadmin, and parenting. More specifically, I could easily blog more about these particular topics: 
  • the Philly startup scene
  • aspects of being a single founder
  • startup accounting
  • startup formation
  • interviewing
  • SEO
  • search engines
  • investing
  • MIT
  • being a stay-at-home dad
  • Perl
  • PostgreSQL
  • FreeBSD
  • nginx
  • solr
  • memcached
Thanks in advance for your suggestions!


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