I swear I’m not just being a lazy blogger because it’s Saturday and it’s a beautiful, sunny day here in Belgium (okay, maybe a little). I mostly just dig the way Mark here explained his new project in a recent email to me. Here it is, in all its unedited glory (with added links):
Here is my story pitch…
Last year…I launched DevHub.com that turned building a website into a game, traveled to (Maui, Aruba, Puerto Vallarta, Panama), started a blog, spoke at two conferences, took up competitive sailing, went to Burning Man, got my brother on a reality TV show, went to 8 concerts, walked a charity 4 mile race, got featured on TechCrunch twice, Huffington Post once, got rejected by Kickstarter for this idea, went camping, bought a car, went wine tasting in Walla Walla, turned 28 and got engaged.
Till now most of these memories were posted in the form of status updates and pictures.
In the next couple weeks we will be launching Yearly Leaf (www.yearlyleaf.com). Yearly Leaf is a coffee table book meets a moleskine for the Facebook set!
Through the Yearly Leaf Facebook app you can turn posts, pictures, status updates and check-ins into a printed luxury bound book.
We are currently taking early sign ups.
Mark A. Michael