Blogging for a month

My esteemed colleague, Justin, issued a challenge: blog something every day for a month, starting today. I’m not much of a writer, but I decided to accept the challenge to see if I could last the whole month. I had trouble deciding what today’s post would be about, so I’ve decided to use it as an opportunity to brainstorm some ideas for the coming month. Also, I do intend to cheat, a little, by writing not just here but on my other site as well, depending on the day and my inclination. So, here’s a list of topics I might like to cover this month:

  • more on my fascination with all things public transit
  • my upcoming trip to Barbados, during which some of my colleagues and I will work on improving email subscriptions for WordPress.com sites and Jetpack sites
  • Google Earth and KML
  • Cities in Motion
  • the new Metrobus Line 5
  • Trouble on Line 12
  • Spring in Montreal (once it starts!)
  • Maybe some stories from my trips to Nicaragua and Mexico

I’ll continue editing this post as I come up with more topics. If you have anything you want to ask me, about Montreal, Metros or Mexico, let me know!

4 thoughts on “Blogging for a month

  1. There’s a TED Talk somewhere online by a former mayor of Bogota, Colombia, about public transit and democracy (i.e. the idea that there should be more democracy in how much space, time, and money we allocate to public transit based on how many people use something). It’s quite interesting.

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      1. Sure! Saw your interest in transportation and thought that this concept of democracy in transportation could be something you could blog about.

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