I was flatteringly asked to participate in the3six5 project by digital culture pundits Len Kendall and Daniel Honigman. The premise of the project is simple: for everyday in 2010, [UPDATE: the project went on for 3 years through 2012 and you can see the final post here] a different person will write an entry about their experience that day. There are no set topics, but only the requirement that it must somehow address what is happening in the world that day and how it relates to the author. The purpose of this project is to provide an overall snapshot of the year, told from multiple perspectives and voices.
Authors are asked to write a 365 word reflection, posted to the3six5.posterous.com. The project has garnered a tremendous amount of attention, from a cottage industry of back-up posts to a Second Life version.
My contribution, fittingly written from Vegas (where I attended CES), can be found here: http://the3six5.posterous.com/jan-9-2010-saneel-radia.