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Jack Osborne 3 January 2010, 13:58 #1

Best of luck with this Sam, I’m already thinking that it’s going to be quite an uphill struggle but one must “keep calm and carry on”

Spencer Fry 3 January 2010, 18:13 #2

I signed up for Project52 also. Really looking forward to it.

Ian P. Hines 4 January 2010, 00:03 #3

I signed up as well. I’m looking forward to it, though I have no illusions that it’ll be easy.

Alberto Calvo 4 January 2010, 03:44 #4

+1 for that, Sam. Can’t wait to have my new website ready. I want to join as well :)

kat neville 4 January 2010, 21:30 #5

I’m signing up right now! I love your posts…. I think it’s good to realize that you don’t have to write a novel for each one. I guess I can queue some up for busy weeks. Good luck!

digibomb 5 January 2010, 20:59 #6

what an awesome idea, i am so down here’s my first post post and props to you http://dropthedigibomb.com/2010/project52-challenge/

can’t wait to see who sticks it out…

Sean Delaney 6 January 2010, 11:29 #7

I was thinking of signing up but I’m sick of setting goals like “I need to blog more” and failing to do so. I reckon I could post a new article once a week for the first few weeks but I know I would end up missing a week due to something or other…

I dunno I might reconsider signing up? I’ve got a few days left in week 1 to submit something to my blog.

Matt Hooks 7 January 2010, 15:09 #8

I’m doing something similar. — I’m practicing a different skill every month for at least an hour every day. I’m testing the principle that if you do something for 21 days in a row it will become a habit… I’m calling it One Month at a Time.

Alex Blundell 11 January 2010, 07:49 #9

I have just written an article (before reading about project 52) about what I aim to improve upon this year and writing 1 article a week was on the top of the list. Seems like good minds think alike!

Good luck to everyone whos taking part

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Sam Brown co-founded Iterate, and was previously VP of Design at Foursquare. Based in NYC.

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