List of Lists

Books of Lists

My List of Lists

Yes, you did read that correctly, this page is a list of my lists. Lots of people make lists, like the one above by Thomas Jefferson, and I am one of those list makers. Not a to-do list maker, just a list maker. So I thought it would be interesting to put these running lists of mine down here on my site. I am a big list maker, only because my mind doesn’t remember everything that my hands can write down. So, time permitting, I am going to develop this page into a page of my lists, such as my Bucket List, my Rules List, goals, people, books, blogroll, and so on. If you have a page of lists, send them over my way, I love to read other people’s lists too!

Different Lists I Have Developed

  • My Bucket List
    I don’t know about you, but I love reading other people’s bucket lists, so I had to create my own. This is it. This list is active, changing, and I do continually cross things off this list and add new things. Some are pipe-dreams, some are closer to reality to achieve.
  • My Blog Post Lists
    I often write all different blog posts using lists, the Top 10 this, 20 reasons for that. These are a random of categories, all different topics, but all lists. These cover almost every subject area on my blog site, so if you want a nice random list of lists, this is it.
  • My Blogroll List
    I can’t begin to think of all the websites that have had some type of impact on the way I think or the way I do things in general, it has to be thousands. This page is a list of my most influential sites on the Internet in each of my categories. Your site might be on the list, never know.
  • My Recommended Reading List
    Over the years reading has become more and more important in my life. Some books have had a great impact not he way I think and learn, this will highlight some of those books.
  • My List of Written Essays, Poems, and Critiques
    I am far far from the best reader or the best writer, but I think it is vitally important for our generation and the generations to come to embrace the art of words before symbols on a page, written in full sentences, full detailed thoughts placed there for us to read, becomes an unknown language.
  • 50 Reasons Why I Still Love Twitter
    I have spent about 10 years developing this blog, but back in 2007 when I joined Twitter, I knew that I would really love micro-blogging, and I have. Over the past 5 years I have spent a good bit of time studying the tool that is Twitter, and here are 50 reasons why I still love this platform.

Lists Under Development

  • 10 Reasons Why I Like Facebook
  • 50 Reasons Why I Like Twitter
  • 150 People Who Have Influenced My Life
  • God’s Top 10 List to Moses

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