0.366 – the ground rules of thinking differently


I’m giving a 365 project another shot this year. I don’t really know how it’s going to evolve, whether it will be 365 photos (it won’t) or 365 blog posts (it probably wont), but it’s going to be some combination of a bunch of different things. 

I’ve been thinking a lot about how I share what I find, what I know, and what I do. I realized that lately, I’ve been sharing a lot on Facebook because of the comfort that comes with sharing with a bunch of people that maybe know me more than most. It’s safer that way — I don’t have to worry about being one of the many retweeters or likers or +1s and can just figure out what no one else in my feed has mentioned yet — but it’s also unchallenging. 

So this year, I’m going to try to post something publicly every day. No idea what it’s going to be, and I’m curious to see what strands emerge. But I’m hoping that, if anything, I’m challenged to think differently about things and actually reflect on what I find because the fun isn’t necessarily in finding things but in taking it in, reflecting on it, and sharing it with others. 

Here we go.