There's an awesome posterous blog up this year called the3six5. It's a crowdsourced project wherein every day in 2010, a different author gets a chance to write about what's going on in his or her life that day -- 365 days, 365 authors. When the project first started, authors were asked to keep their entries to 250 words. I suggested to Len Kendall, who co-runs (and co-created) the site with Daniel Honigman, they should switch the word limit to 365 to fit in with the theme. So now bloggers get an additional 100 words or so. What's really neat about the site is that a time capsule of 2010 is starting to emerge, as each author has been instructed to try and make the post somehow relevant to what's going on in the world on their post date, in addition to what's going on in their personal lives.
Definitely worth checking in with each day, as they've got some really fabulous authors, bloggers and media-savvy thinkers participating. They might even have a few spots left this year if you're interested in penning a post. Check out the blog here.