By rolling a 10-sided die 10 times, I will generate a phone number somewhere in the US. I will call that phone number and ask them if they have Prince Albert in a can, posting the hilarious results here. (June will be “Is Your Refridgerator Running?” Month.)
I’m going to eat an apple a day to test the old adage.
(Not all blog-to-books can be The Bloggers Karamazov. What about the Da Vinci Code readers?)
I plan to visit all the countries of the world (assuming there are exactly 365 of them) and post about my experiences. Until my blog-to-book deal comes to fruition, though, I won’t have the money to visit these countries for real. Expect a lot of flickr-harvested photos and copy-pasta from Wikipedia.
Every week for the next year, I’ll be writing a series of posts based on the anti-flavor of the week. That anti-flavor will be the flavor that I am avoiding for the whole week. The content will be roughly along these guidelines:
Monday’s post: Identifying the anti-flavor and initial thoughts and apprehensions for that week.
Wednesday’s post: An “I’m still alive” post updating everyone on the anti-flavor of the week.
Friday’s post: An apology that I didn’t really have much to say about avoiding curry. I don’t even eat curry normally.
Every day for a year, I’ll wear a bandaid. Each bandaid will be on another part of my body. I will be accepting guest blogger-to-booker spots during July.
Over the next year, I will eat 1000 meals, plus 100 more bonus meals. After each meal, I will regurgitate a minimum of 2000 words full of philosophical insights of interest only to myself (if that). That’s probably too many words for a blog-to-book, but my editor can pare it down.
The concept here is that, once a week for the next year, I will wear a different pair of pants. I think this will give a little perspective on the culture of pants as well as the plight of pantslessness around the world.