Some bloggers are taking a look at their year of blogging with a summary of sorts. Drugmonkey has put out a call for participants for the twelve month meme:
The rules for this blog meme are quite simple. Post the link and first sentence from the first blog entry for each month of the past year.
Seems simple enough. I skipped blog carnivals, blog announcements, and Anthro Readers that may have fallen on the first, and instead went to the next full post. Here's a sampling of 2010 on AiP:
- January: Question: What do you need to get you through the day?
- February: I'm always interested in changes to the landscape because I think that these changes are often reflected in the social landscape as well.
- March: The City That Never Sleeps, The Crossroads of the World, The Information City, The Port of Many Ports, The Media City—these nicknames that imply fluidity.
- April: As today is Good Friday, perhaps it's a good time to talk about death in the digital world.
- May: Cisco's recent advertising campaign, featuring actress Ellen Page, has focused on the human network—a network that grows decidedly more digital with each passing day.
- June: As the MTA prepares to roll out a new, user-friendly subway map this month, I thought it might be the right time to take a look at some artifacts from the subway's history.
- July: I was accosted by a homeless man this morning.
- August: Have you ever had the experience of experiencing a familiar place in a new way?
- October: Mets fans know disappointment.
- November: It’s not quite news that Cookie Monster no longer eats cookies.
- December: Kroeber is rolling his eyes at the AAA Executive Board.
If you decide to participate, share a link in the comments!