100 posts

On Sept. 26, 2013, I came across a blog post by David Spinks where he publicly shared his commitment to publish 100 blog posts in 100 days.

It was a great moment of serendipity, because I had just been thinking that I needed to write more. So I got started the next day!

Here is a list of the posts.

  1. 9/27/2013 – I’m writing 100 posts in 100 days
  2. 9/28/2013 – The first step
  3. 9/29/2013 – The two biggest differences between academia and entrepreneurship
  4. 9/30/2013 – One metric to rule them all: what is yours?
  5. 10/1/2013 – Internal and external mirrors
  6. 10/2/2013 – The power of temporary social media
  7. 10/3/2013 – What being an entrepreneur means to me
  8. 10/4/2013 – The key to your inner freedom
  9. 10/5/2013 – Quality versus quantity, when mastering a craft
  10. 10/6/2013 – Surviving the startup roller coaster
  11. 10/7/2013 – The simple secret to creating new habits
  12. 10/8/2013 – A typical Tuesday, killin’ it startup style
  13. 10/9/2013 – Online dating will always be broken, but it might be OK
  14. 10/10/2013 – Saving our bodies from the desk job
  15. 10/11/2013 – The school of life
  16. 10/12/2013 – Why entrepreneurs should blog
  17. 10/13/2013 – What’s wrong with being average?
  18. 10/14/2013 – The graduate school startup accelerator
  19. 10/15/2013 – University and the academic/startup idea space
  20. 10/16/2013 – The simple secret to achieving your goals
  21. 10/17/2013 – How goals can be limiting: or, how I failed myself by achieving a goal
  22. 10/18/2013 – The power of being different
  23. 10/19/2013 – Dreamers, talkers, writers, and doers
  24. 10/20/2013 – The easiest way to play the long game
  25. 10/21/2013 – The best motivation for personal development
  26. 10/22/2013 – Too much of a good thing
  27. 10/23/2013 – Personal development as social good
  28. 10/24/2013 – Why the popular view of Maslow’s hierarchy is dangerous
  29. 10/25/2013 – Walking the fine line between confidence and humility
  30. 10/26/2013 – Creating value from zero
  31. 10/27/2013 – The currency of happiness: or, how to accumulate happiness
  32. 10/28/2013 – The next generation of academic publishing
  33. 10/29/2013 – Life is simple
  34. 10/30/2013 – Consumer web: focus on two concepts
  35. 10/31/2031 – My blogging habit
  36. 11/1/2013 – The personal development stigma
  37. 11/2/2013 – Unboundedness in consumer web products
  38. 11/3/2013 – What’s in an identity?
  39. 11/4/2013 – Life lessons from Ender’s Game (the movie)
  40. 11/5/2013 – How I learned to track my habits
  41. 11/6/2013 – The unbundling of Craigslist and reddit: the flip side
  42. 11/7/2013 – Go big
  43. 11/8/2013 – My dreams, deferred
  44. 11/9/2013 – Entrepreneurship and life
  45. 11/10/2013 – Why I write
  46. 11/11/2013 – Google, Marvel, Lost
  47. 11/12/2013 – What happens to old content on the web?
  48. 11/13/2013 – The actual School of Life, and two awesome videos
  49. 11/14/2013 – Confidence or delusion?
  50. 11/15/2013 – Choose an auto-completable domain name
  51. 11/16/2013 – The ugliness of mankind
  52. 11/17/2013 – Why I’m starting inside the building
  53. 11/18/2013 – Building for consumer web? Tap into an existing user need.
  54. 11/19/2013 – How do I find the best content?
  55. 11/20/2013 – Albert Wenger (USV) on the Internet from first principles
  56. 11/21/2013 – Blurred lines: The problem with Facebook’s social sharing model
  57. 11/22/2013 – What kind of CEO do you want to be?
  58. 11/23/2013 – Don’t just masturbate
  59. 11/24/2013 – Notes on the PandoMonthly with Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote
  60. 11/25/2013 – Managing the fear of loss
  61. 11/26/2013 – Retirement and the fear of future loss
  62. 11/27/2013 – The fear of immediate loss
  63. 11/28/2013 – Looking stupid and going back for more
  64. 11/29/2013 – Notes on the PandoMonthly with Jason Calicanis
  65. 12/1/2013 – The world is gray
  66. 12/2/2013 – Overvalued personal traits
  67. 12/3/2013 – Where ideas meet reality
  68. 12/4/2013 – Will we see more successful startups with single founders?
  69. 12/5/2013 – Living online documents
  70. 12/6/2013 – Notes on the PandoMonthly with Mark Suster
  71. 12/7/2013 – How are you going to change someone’s life?
  72. 12/8/2013 – The importance of the market when building a startup
  73. 12/9/2013 – Exploring the new
  74. 12/10/2013 – Are startup valuations and payouts too high?
  75. 12/11/2013 – The rising income inequality isn’t going to stop
  76. 12/12/2013 – Blogging styles: more questions or more answers?
  77. 12/13/2013 – The startup of headlines
  78. 12/14/2013 – The problem with righteous entrepreneurship
  79. 12/15/2013 – Startups, money, and happiness
  80. 12/16/2013 – Be good
  81. 12/17/2013 – Be good (the startup version)
  82. 12/18/2013 – Good design
  83. 12/19/2013 – Minimizing cognitive load in design
  84. 12/20/2013 – Music and social media
  85. 12/21/2013 – The island spirit
  86. 12/22/2013 – Shit, why not?
  87. 12/23/2013 – Decoupling dissatisfaction from self worth
  88. 12/24/2013 – Motivation for 2014
  89. 12/25/2013 – Your problem isn’t new
  90. 12/26/2013 – Relationships and social networks
  91. 12/27/2013 – Thinking big and small
  92. 12/28/2013 – The fragility of life
  93. 12/29/2013 – Critics and creators
  94. 12/30/2013 – Top posts in 2013
  95. 12/31/2013 – Happy new year!
  96. 1/1/2014 – Looking back on 2014
  97. 1/2/2014 – Jurassic Awesome
  98. 1/3/2013 – What time frame do you optimize for?
  99. 1/4/2013 – Curation as the third frontier of the web
  100. 1/5/2013 – Reflecting on 100 posts in 100 days

68 thoughts on “100 posts

  1. The power of temporary social media | Alex Shye

  2. What being an entrepreneur means to me | Alex Shye

  3. The key to your inner freedom | Alex Shye

  4. Quality versus quantity, when mastering a craft | Alex Shye

  5. Surviving the startup roller coaster | Alex Shye

  6. The simple secret to creating new habits | Alex Shye

  7. A typical Tuesday, killin’ it startup style | Alex Shye

  8. Saving our bodies from the desk job | Alex Shye

  9. The school of life | Alex Shye

  10. Why entrepreneurs should blog | Alex Shye

  11. What’s wrong with being average? | Alex Shye

  12. The graduate school startup accelerator | Alex Shye

  13. University and the academic/startup idea space | Alex Shye

  14. The simple secret to achieving your goals | Alex Shye

  15. How goals can be limiting: or, how I failed myself by achieving a goal | Alex Shye

  16. The power of being different | Alex Shye

  17. Dreamers, talkers, writers, and doers | Alex Shye

  18. The easiest way to play the long game | Alex Shye

  19. The best motivation for personal development | Alex Shye

  20. Too much of a good thing | Alex Shye

  21. Personal development as social good | Alex Shye

  22. Why the popular view of Maslow’s hierarchy is dangerous | Alex Shye

  23. Walking the fine line between confidence and humility | Alex Shye

  24. Creating value from zero | Alex Shye

  25. The currency of happiness: or, how to accumulate happiness | Alex Shye

  26. The next-generation of academic publishing | Alex Shye

  27. Life is simple | Alex Shye

  28. Consumer web: focus on two concepts | Alex Shye

  29. My blogging habit | Alex Shye

  30. Unboundedness in consumer web products | Alex Shye

  31. What’s in an identity? | Alex Shye

  32. Life lessons from Ender’s Game (the movie) | Alex Shye

  33. How I learned to track my habits | Alex Shye

  34. The unbundling of Craigslist and reddit: the flip side | Alex Shye

  35. Go big | Alex Shye

  36. My dreams, deferred | Alex Shye

  37. Entrepreneurship and life | Alex Shye

  38. Why I write | Alex Shye

  39. Google, Marvel, Lost. | Alex Shye

  40. What happens to old content on the web? | Alex Shye

  41. The actual School of Life, and two awesome videos | Alex Shye

  42. Confidence or delusion? | Alex Shye

  43. Choose an auto-completable domain name | Alex Shye

  44. The ugliness of mankind | Alex Shye

  45. Why I’m starting inside the building | Alex Shye

  46. Building for consumer web? Tap into an existing user need. | Alex Shye

  47. Albert Wenger (USV) on the Internet from first principles | Alex Shye

  48. Blurred lines: The problem with Facebook’s social sharing model | Alex Shye

  49. What kind of CEO do you want to be? | Alex Shye

  50. Don’t just masturbate | Alex Shye

  51. Notes on the PandoMonthly with Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote | Alex Shye

  52. Managing the fear of loss | Alex Shye

  53. Dude, I absolutely love this idea of 100 blog posts in 100 days.

    I need to put some time aside to read all your posts. Somewhere in the mix, I’m sure you have a “How I come up with blogging ideas” post – if not, it would be great to read a post just like this!

    All the best,

    Fahim

  54. Retirement and the fear of future loss | Alex Shye

  55. The fear of immediate loss | Alex Shye

  56. On rituals and special days | Alex Shye

  57. Looking stupid and going back for more | Alex Shye

  58. Notes from the PandoMonthly with Jason Calicanis | Alex Shye

  59. The world is gray | Alex Shye

  60. Overvalued personal traits | Alex Shye

  61. Where ideas meet reality | Alex Shye

  62. Will we see more successful startups with single founders? | Alex Shye

  63. Notes from the PandoMonthly with Mark Suster | Alex Shye

  64. The importance of the market when building a startup | Alex Shye

  65. New blogging goal: Be more open | Alex Shye

  66. We get what we want, and we want shitty content | Alex Shye

  67. Back from dogfooding | Alex Shye

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