100 words 045

For forty four days I wrote and published 100 words every day. I was cutting it close sometimes, getting a post in just before midnight, but I always managed it.

Until yesterday.

Yesterday was a very busy day. I worked hard and I played hard (that’s an explanation, not an excuse).

I’ve been working with a lovely team of designers and developers from John Lewis. They came down to Brighton yesterday and it was very productive.

Then we went for a curry, then karaoke, then a few more drinks. It was past midnight when I got home. No 100 words.

Have you published a response to this? :

Previously on this day

10 years ago I wrote The format of The Long Now

Betting on HTML.

12 years ago I wrote Building the Real-time Web

Liveblogging a spontaneous panel from XTech 2008 in Dublin.

12 years ago I wrote Browsers on the Move: The Year in Review, the Year Ahead

Liveblogging a talk by Michael Smith at XTech 2008 in Dublin.

12 years ago I wrote Using socially-authored content to provide new routes through existing content archives

Liveblogging a talk by Rob Lee at XTech 2008.

12 years ago I wrote David Recordon’s XTech keynote

David delivers a state of the Web address to the geek nation.

16 years ago I wrote A musical interlude

Here’s a song guaranteed to bring a smile to the face of anyone who owned an 8-bit machine in the eighties… Hey, Hey, 16K:

17 years ago I wrote Same planet, different worlds

English footballer, David Beckham is worth £10.53m.

18 years ago I wrote Attack of the 50 foot iMac

If you go down to the centre of Brighton, you’re in for a big surprise.

18 years ago I wrote Salter Cane

It’s time for me to unveil a site I’ve been working on for a while now.