The Party Post Was Up at 5:33 a.m.
Everyone who attended the blog birthhday party October 24, 2006 was invited to bring a link to their most successful post and to explain how they made that choice. Each blogger made a choice based on his or her own criteria. During the party, people left to read posts and came back to talk about them.
To celebrate DWBÃ¢â¬â¢s one year b-day Cat created a shared banner page. Take a look it is incredible — like the blog it comes from.
Timothy Johnson offered these words his sales for charity.
And since you made a semi-obscure reference to Ã¢â¬ÅRace Through The Forest,Ã¢â¬Â check out the charitable promotion IÃ¢â¬â¢m running right now. IÃ¢â¬â¢m basically donating my book-sales margins, so I want to sell as many books as possible to benefit three very deserving child serving organizations. . . . LetÃ¢â¬â¢s hope those Amazon reviews help raise a whole lot of money for some really great charities: A Time to Give.
Outstanding Bloggers’ Most Successful Posts: Morning
Outstanding bloggers identified these posts as their most successful in the first 250 comments of the party.
- Motley FÃ¢â¬Â¦.. Crue by Martin (warning: some words my offend).
- YouÃ¢â¬â¢ve only Got 30 Seconds or 20 WordsÃ¢â¬Â¦ by Char and The Queen of Multitasking or ADD? by Char
- Your Life, Your Greatest Work of Art by Rick
- Biphasic Sleep : 30 Day Summary by Scott
- The Ingenious Thomas Heatherwick by Mark McGuinness
- My Three Most Influential Teachers by Kent Blumberg
- Negative Thinking Power by Chris Cree
- The Power of 48 Minutes by John Richardson
- 3 Valuable Lessons from 1st Grade Career Day by Tony D. Clark
- YouÃ¢â¬â¢d Have to be Brain Dead to Listen Up! by Ellen Weber
- What Adoption Usually Looks Like by Kate and No More Gratuitous Celebrity Mother Mentions
- New to Blogging? So was I at one timeÃ¢â¬Â¦ by TechZ and My # 1 Digg I heart geek boys
- What Do You See in This Drawing? by Robyn McMaster
- Ignore the Sun by Roger von Oech and Do You Recognize This Symbol?
- 21 Ways to Be More Creative by Christine Kane
- Amusing PowerPoint Slideshows in Hart’s email by HART
- Writing like Dead Grass by Michael Stelzner
- Net Neutrality Threatens Grandparents/Vets by Joe
- We Can Still Pass The Combating Autism Act by Big Roy
- Who Do You Think You Are? by Steve
- The Purpose of A Hearty Life by Hsien Lei
- Pisa & Florence With Kids
- media strategic myopia by Mike Dunn
- Keep moving toward your goals by Kirsten Harrell, Psy.D.
- Breaking: Bach Joins Keller Williams Realty by Benjamin
- Home At Last by Debbie Call
- The Shoes by Candice
Acomment 80 that we started tallking about the importance of breathing and what it meant when we were breathing through one notril more than the other.
In the middle of that discussion — at comment 96 — Tony decided that he would see whether co.comments could keep with the number of comments this post would be getting. . . . more on that later.
At comment 180, Tim asked Is there a World Record for most comments received on a single blog post? Who/where/how would track?
I found this link — Most Comments Ever.
Candice did elaborate.
There are actually many other posts about shoes, like Ã¢â¬Åthe shoes the laptop wearsÃ¢â¬Â and my red shoes. (The laptop wears a pair of pointy-toed black leather high heels that were the talk of my cousinÃ¢â¬â¢s wedding. Heh.)
The coolest people were coming to this party, and It was only 1:40 in the afternoon.
–ME “Liz” Strauss
PS If I missed your most successful post link from the morning of the party, please let me know and I’ll update the list.