50 Things I Like: An Exercise in Developing Future Content

I thought I would spend some time documenting the things I like, with a goal of identifying what I might want to write on in the future. Not unlike mind mapping, but more public – hopefully some of you will pick this up and use this exercise as well.

  1. Art – All kinds, the problem is I don’t have skills here.
  2. Signage
  3. Twitter
  4. Math
  5. Mountains
  6. A Spring Day
  7. Rocks
  8. Driving in Foreign Countries – It’s a challenge, it’s kinda like playing Gran Turismo 5.
  9. Business
  10. A good movie
  11. Trees
  12. Golf
  13. Eating outside – specifically on a Saturday in the fall at Zingerman’s
  14. Fried Cheese Products
  15. Reading a book while on a plane
  16. Home projects
  17. Gardening
  18. Maps
  19. Mojo Sauce
  20. A rainy Sunday during Shark Week – Does shark week still exist?
  21. Learning
  22. Teaching
  23. Rivers and Lakes
  24. Writing – notes to myself, email and this blog thing.
  25. Dogs
  26. Fishing
  27. Camping and Hiking
  28. Integrity
  29. Science
  30. BBQ-ing
  31. Rides in the mountains in the fall
  32. Identity Management
  33. Work – Yeah, I’m one of those – not only do I like work, I’m Puritan about it and dig my current gig.
  34. Geography
  35. Earth Science
  36. Chiropractors
  37. Astronomy
  38. Business Stuff
  39. Cool Stuff – All kinds, electronic gadgets, hats, the perfect Wok, windmills….
  40. Technology
  41. Applications
  42. Media
  43. Unions – more accurately, socialism and general economic theory
  44. Travel
  45. Education – How technology impacts education and as a discipline
  46. Sustainability
  47. Being Outside
  48. Parenting
  49. Canada
  50. Live Music
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  • Reply jon gatrell May 18, 2008 at 7:52 am

    50 Things I Like: An Exercise in Developing Future Content http://snurl.com/29g97

  • Reply Shreena May 18, 2008 at 3:40 pm

    Thanks for the link!

  • Reply Melissa (Pronoia) Pierce May 19, 2008 at 4:51 am

    Hey, this is a great list, and I appreciated the comment on my blog that led me here too! Good luck figuring it out. I think I’ll try this too.

  • Reply Trojan Condoms May 20, 2008 at 11:08 pm

    You have to keep lists to let your world expand out. I have lists everywhere and love and hate them. They burden and expand you but when getting started on new ideas, nothing helps like a brainstorming list…

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